The following timeline provides the history of significant events in the evolution of Wastebuilt since it’s founding in 2012

Wastebuilt Timeline

2020
August 24

Launch

Wastebuilt launches the Fleetbuilt® brand, a high-quality private-label replacement parts brand.
January 1

Launch

Local delivery in 11 metropolitan areas and one- or two-day shipping to most U.S. customers.
2017
September 9

Disposition

Divested of Galfab Manufacturing and the ACS manufacturing business.
April 22

Disposition

Divested of ACS (Action Compactor Service) and the compactor service business of Stepp Equipment.
2016
June 14

Alliance

Became a member of the HDA Truck Pride network in 11 U.S. locations.
2015
June 11

Formation

Formed the Wastebuilt Southeast division of the company.
March 5

Acquisition

Acquired ID Industries, a family-owned parts distribution business founded in 1987.
2013
November 15

Acquisition

Acquired RLS Services, a family-owned parts distribution business founded in the 1990s.
August 24

Acquisition

Acquired ACS (Action Compaction Service), manufacturer, sales and service for refuse containers, bailers and compactors.
July 12

Acquistion

Acquired CDS (Consolidated Disposal Service), a family-owned equipment sales, service, and parts company formed in the 1970s.
2012
December 15

Founding

Company formed with the acquisition of Galfab Manufacturing and Stepp Equipment
2010
May 19

Launch

Wastebuilt begins the ASL Arm Repair Program for automated refuse fleets.
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