Pattons Expands Operations to Los Angeles, California
In addition to offering compressed air products, parts and services, the new office will also serve as ELGi's West Coast distribution hub, adding to ELGi's ability to better serve distributors and customers across North America. The company has previously established offices in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Virginia.
"We are excited to announce the opening of our Los Angeles office," said David Puck, President of ELGi North America. "Los Angeles represents one of the most significant markets in the United States and by entering it with Pattons, we will provide the local customer base with our best in class products and services. This new branch will help drive further brand awareness and adoption of ELGi compressed air systems in the California market."
Malcolm Lindsay, Senior Vice President of ELGi's Industrial Division, added "In addition to serving the greater Los Angeles market, our new location will also serve as an ELGi distribution center enabling us to better address the West Coast compressed air requirements while ensuring enhanced customer service and responsiveness levels."
According to company officials, over the past six years, ELGi has witnessed double-digit growth in the USA market, gaining distributors and customers over with energy-efficient products backed by responsive service. ELGi said its top distributor, Pattons, plays a crucial role towards ELGi's growth aspirations. With the US-Canada oil-lubricated market growing at approximately 2% annually, Pattons strategic expansion to the West Coast will enable them to deliver best-in-class systems and service to compressed air customers across the region.
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