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(July 11, 2016) -- The cross-dock will have a direct feed from Meyer's Ontario, Calif., distribution hub which houses one of the largest inventories of automotive accessories and RV parts in the southwest, the company noted.

Meyer Distributing opens cross-dock in Las Vegas

JASPER, Ind. — Meyer Distributing today announced the addition of its Las Vegas location. The cross-dock will have a direct feed from Meyer’s Ontario, Calif., distribution hub which houses one of the largest inventories of automotive accessories and RV parts in the southwest, the release noted.

“We have received great support in this market and are happy to make additional investments for the customers that are investing in us,” says Nick Gramelspacher, vice president of sales and marketing for Meyer. “We are doubling our delivery frequency to the Las Vegas market and for the first time are going to service St. George and Cedar City, Utah from our local cross-dock.”

“Just a few years ago we didn’t have more than a handful of third party only customers west of the Rockies,” said  Jeff Braun, CFO and one of the owners of Meyer. “I’m very proud of the employees that worked feverishly to establish all of our western infrastructure and to grow the markets into a significant portion of our overall business.

“I’m also very thankful to customers that gave a new company a chance to prove what we can do,” he added. “We look forward to building on this foundation as we continue to reinvest in our logistics and inventory throughout the west.”

SOURCE: Meyer Distributing press release

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