Ridewell to open Canadian warehouse (July 26, 2010)

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HAMILTON, Ont. — Ridewell has announced it is opening a Canadian warehouse in Hamilton which will shorten lead times, reduce freight costs and eliminate the hassle of filing paperwork associated with importing for its Canadian customers.

The new warehouse is expected to be delivering product by late August, the company says.

The warehouse will inventory complete suspensions and service kits and most replacement parts will also be available for emergency supply to aftermarket distributors, the company says.

Most major components will be available with quick turnaround times in the event of breakdowns or warranty situations. Canadian customers will benefit from: notably reduced freight costs; the elimination of importing-related paperwork; reduced lead times; just-in-time programs; and the immediate delivery of most parts for unexpected accidents and repair events, Ridewell claims.



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