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Meyer opens cross-dock in Fargo, N.D.

Meyer opens cross-dock in Fargo, N.D.

JASPER, Ind. — Meyer Distributing today announced the addition of a cross-dock location in Fargo, N.D., that will have a direct feed from Meyer’s Minneapolis distribution hub.

That hub houses one of the largest inventories of automotive accessories and RV parts in the north central region, said Cody Ziegler, national sales manager for Meyer.

“Due to increasing volumes from our exhaust and RV customers, we are able to expand our deliveries in the Dakotas,” he explained. “With our very experienced inside sales staff in each of these categories, we have had very positive, quick feedback from dealers asking for more frequent deliveries on a Meyer truck– we are responding accordingly.

“We will be enhancing service in Jamestown, Bismarck, Dickinson, Williston, Minot, Grand Forks and, of course, Fargo with this expansion,” he added.

“I would like to extend a sincere thank you to all of our traditional truck accessory customers who have accepted us an alternative supply option in the Dakotas,” said Jeff Braun, CFO and one of the owners of Meyer. “We look forward to building long term, sustainable relationships and earning our spot on our customers’ call lists.

“We know there are many quality suppliers in these markets, and we appreciate being given the opportunity to compete,” he added. “We look forward to helping our customers find additional revenue opportunities as we await the return of higher oil prices that have provided robust growth in the region throughout the last decade.”

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SOURCE: Meyer Distributing press release

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