Arnott Announces New West Coast Distribution Center

Arnott Announces New West Coast Distribution Center

Arnott Inc. has announced the opening of a West Coast Distribution Center in California. The new facility is part of Arnott's ongoing commitment to enhance customer support in North America and across the world.

Arnott Inc. (ArnottInc.com) has announced the opening of a West Coast Distribution Center in California. The new facility is part of Arnott’s ongoing commitment to enhance customer support in North America and across the world. The distribution center will primarily serve customers in the Mountain and Pacific Time Zones along with Alaska and Hawaii. Since Arnott’s main distribution center is located at the company headquarters in Merritt Island, Florida, the new site will dramatically reduce freight costs and shorten delivery times for Arnott customers in the Western United States. Prior to opening the new distribution center customers in some parts of the west had to wait five or six days for Arnott parts shipped via UPS Ground. Now those same areas will receive Arnott’s air suspension products in half the time and overnight in some locations in Southern California and Nevada.

"It’s important for us to continue providing each of our customers with the parts they need as quickly as possible," said Todd Nash, Senior VP of Global Sales and Marketing at Arnott Inc. "At Arnott, we understand that time is money, and with this new distribution center, our customers will be able to benefit from faster delivery which means faster repairs at higher margins." Nash added, "We will continue to look for other distribution alternatives to better serve our customers in all markets."

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