Meritor expands Edmonton aftermarket distribution centre
October 3, 2012
EDMONTON, Alta. -- Meritor has recently completed an expansion of its aftermarket distribution centre in Edmonton, Alta., which the company says will improve service and delivery time to its western Canada OE dealer and warehouse distributor...
EDMONTON, Alta. — Meritor has recently completed an expansion of its aftermarket distribution centre in Edmonton, Alta., which the company says will improve service and delivery time to its western Canada OE dealer and warehouse distributor customers. The 35,000-sq.-ft. centre now stocks a full line of Meritor and Euclid drivetrain and undercarriage products.
The expansion improves product availability which will reduce lead times as much as 70%, according to Doug Jamieson, site manager, Meritor.
“Our expanded centre in Edmonton enables us to consolidate and expedite a customer’s order for Meritor and Euclid parts into one shipment for faster delivery,” Jamieson said.
Customers in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan were previously served through the company’s Brampton, Ont., distribution centre.
The expanded Edmonton facility complements Meritor Logistics, the company’s new third-party multiple logistic services. Meritor recently launched this aftermarket-based, third-party multiple logistics service to improve distribution activities, packaging capabilities and remanufacturing techniques within a given country or an entire continent.
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