MiTek Opens Third Distribution Facility in Atlanta
Originally published by: MiTek USA — December 16, 2016
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MiTek today announced that it has opened a new warehouse and distribution facility in Atlanta GA. This new facility is the third warehouse opened by MiTek in the past 13 months, and it joins other strategically placed manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution facilities already located in New Jersey, Florida, Indianapolis, Minnesota, Houston, Phoenix, and California.
The new Atlanta facility enables rapid distribution of MiTek building products to customers within a 500-mile radius. Fully functional on February 1, 2017, the new facility offers products that include USP Structural Connectors, USP Epoxy and fastener products, as well as MiTek truss connector plates. The facility will primarily serve MiTek’s two-step customers and support MiTek’s rapidly expanding sales network.
The new warehouse offers 45,600 sq. ft. of space, of which 3,500 sq. ft. will be dedicated to offices, training, and customer support. The address of the new facility is 4380 International Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30354. The warehouse has immediate access to I-75, I-285, I-85, and is one mile from the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
“This is the third new MiTek warehouse and distribution center we have opened recently. With its strategic location, it provides us with even more coverage areas for one-day or two-day delivery of MiTek products,” said Todd Asche, Senior Vice President of Operations. “This new warehouse and distribution facility is clear evidence that MiTek is ‘on the march,’ with a goal of distributing our products at an expansive geographical scale.”