Penn Stainless Products Eyes Completion of Distribution-Transfer Facility In Mercer County, Pennsylvania
According to the firm, its new facility is centrally located among the Pittsburgh, Erie, Akron and Cleveland areas, very near the I-79 / I-80 intersection. When the new facility is operational, in November, product will be available via flatbed delivery to area customers next day for stock orders.
“Penn Stainless has been providing dedicated logistics support to the western PA / eastern Ohio area for the last 10 years,” said Jim Seward, President of Penn Stainless. “This investment strengthens our commitment to the customer base in the region by allowing us to provide better service from a local, central hub.”
“We are very excited to welcome Penn Stainless Products to the area,” said Gary Dovey, Vice President of Business Development at Penn-Northwest Development Corporation. “PSP is already a product and customer service leader in the stainless steel market; this facility will only enhance their ability to exceed the expectations of customers in the northwest PA / northeast Ohio region.”
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