DAYTON, Ohio — WinWholesale Inc. has opened a new 256,000-square-foot regional distribution center in Denver to serve operating locations mainly in the western United States. The opening is five months after another newly constructed 200,000-square-foot regional distribution center began operation in Middletown, Conn.
WinWholesale is one of the nation’s largest suppliers of residential and commercial construction and industrial supplies and materials.
Both new facilities replaced smaller distribution centers in Denver and North Haven, Conn. WinWholesale also has regional distribution centers in Dayton, Ohio, and in Prince George, Va. Each is 200,000 square feet.
“We’re very excited about the new distribution center in Colorado. It gives us the opportunity to help our locations in the West grow their businesses by adding more product lines and in greater quantities than the former facility allowed,” said Paul Donarum, vice president, WinWholesale Sourcing Services. “In addition to the West, the facility in Denver, as well as the one in Middletown, Conn., increase the entire distribution network that all of our locations, now more than 550, can use to serve their customers.”
The new distribution center has more than 2,500 square feet of training and multi-purpose space for presentations and working product displays.
When WinWholesale announced construction of the two distribution centers in October 2012, Rick Schwartz, CEO and chairman, said the facilities would fit in with the company’s growth strategy to allow the organization to expand.
WinWholesale has more than 550 wholesaling locations in 45 states under the Win branded companies, Noland Company, Carr Supply, and Wyatt Irrigation. For more information, visit www.winwholesale.com.
Publication date: 3/31/2014