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Meyer opens cross-dock in Casper, Wyo.

Meyer opens cross-dock in Casper, Wyo.

JASPER, Ind. — Meyer Distributing today announced the addition of its Casper, Wyo., location. The cross-dock will have a direct feed from Meyer’s Denver distribution hub, which houses one of the largest inventories of automotive accessories and RV parts in the mountain states region, the release explained.

“When possible, Meyer always tries to bring logistics in house where we can control the delivery from start to finish,” said Alex Blackgrove, national crossdock manager for Meyer.

“Our driving staff is trained to handle heavy, bulky items like front end bumpers, fuel tanks, snowplows and spreaders, and RV awnings to name a few,” he added. “Our equipment is always equipped with a lift gate to additionally ensure the safest last mile possible from warehouse to the customer’s shop.”

“We continue to invest in our logistics framework,” said Jeff Braun, Meyer chief financial officer. “It takes discipline and a good formula to offer the right amount of service to a particular customer base, especially one that is well serviced by competitors.

“Given the huge differences between population centers out west, we focus on sustainability as the most important goal when establishing routes,” he added. “There is a always a balance between delivering too little, delivering too much, or delivering the optimal amount.

“We are pleased to announce that our customer base in Wyoming as well as Billings, Mont., and Rapid City, SD. , will now receive two deliveries on Meyer trucks each week,” said Braun.

Braun encouraged dealers interested in taking advantage of the low cost delivery to visit  www.meyerdistributing.com and sign up today.

SOURCE: Meyer Distributing press release

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