Partsmaster Opened MRO Facility in Greenville, Texas
The 123,200-square foot space will include brand new office space for warehouse staff and technical managers, there will be a designated research and develop area and conference rooms with the latest technology to facilitate employee training.
According to company officials, this expansion comes as a direct response to the increase in both customer demand and the growth of inventory moving through the facility. The consolidation process begins in July and is expected to be complete in December. Partsmaster will be combining their two current Dallas-based warehouses into this much larger facility, incorporating both Partsmaster's core selling business and their growing military business.
According to President David Weiss, "We were outgrowing our current facilities and the goal for this new warehouse is to focus more efficiently on better serving our customers, by consolidating our inventory and creating a state-of-the-art warehouse facility."
Greenville Board of Development Chairman Randy Tarpley states, "Partsmaster is a great addition to Greenville's diverse manufacturing industrial companies. We welcome and thank Mr. Weiss and his team of experts in recognizing the tremendous industrial growth advantages of Greenville with our skilled workforce, business friendly government and highly accessible logistics."
Interim Mayor Dr. Jerry Ransom says, "This is a great company for Greenville and we wish Mr. Weiss and his team great success." County Judge John Horn exclaims, "Hunt County is the recipient of another indust ry leader and we thank Mr. Weiss for choosing a growing Hunt County, Texas."
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