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Qorpak Unveils Warehouse-Assembly Complex In Clinton, Pennsylvania

Qorpak, a division of Berlin Packaging and a provider of laboratory containers and supplies, opened its new warehouse and assembly operation in the Pittsburgh suburb of Clinton, Pennsylvania.

The facility, three times the size of Qorpak's previous warehouse, enables faster deliveries to customers while supporting the business's rapid growth, company officials said. Its new facility will support and extend the company's growth by allowing it to increase on-hand stock offerings while adding new product lines critical to the laboratory market. Qorpak offerings include plastic, glass and metal bottles and containers as well as closures, dispensing systems, jugs, vials, pails, and lab supplies from more than 125 manufacturers.

In 2010, Qorpak was acquired by Berlin Packaging as part of its purchase of All-Pak, Inc. Also acquired in the transaction was Dangerous Goods, which specializes in packaging systems for the safe shipment of hazardous and temperature-sensitive materials. Qorpak and Dangerous Goods will share space in the new Clinton warehouse, located at 2300 Sweeney Drive; the Class A facility, which totals 300,000 square feet, is operated by Berlin Packaging.

"Our expanded warehouse allows us to double-down on our 'Customer Thrill' commitment," said Karen Brooks, Vice President of Qorpak. "We are now operating even more efficiently and more effectively out of our new space, and I know our customers will tangibly benefit from the service improvements this move generates."

In addition to its Pittsburgh operations, Qorpak utilizes other Berlin Packaging warehousing facilities throughout North America and maintains additional sales offices in California, Florida and Massachusetts.

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