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SMH opens a new Distribution Center
TVH Parts Co.
Thursday, 29 Nov 2007 ( #338 )
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Due to continued growth and an ongoing effort to improve service to customers, SMH is pleased to announce the opening of a distribution facility in Duncan, South Carolina.

The facility is located in a very nice industrial park between Spartanburg and Greenville, South Carolina. It’s directly adjacent to I-85 with interstate frontage. Research indicates that SMH can reach a large share of our customers in one day using ground service from the Duncan location to all of South Carolina and parts of Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina.  In addition, SMH South Carolina will service a wide range of customers in two- and three-day UPS Ground shipping.    

Operation hours are from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm, with customer pick-up available during these hours.    


For more information on the expansion contact:
Jeannette Robinson,
Marketing Manager,
Systems Material Handling,
16355 South Lone Elm Road,
Olathe, KS 66062,
toll free phone 800-255-4109,
phone 913-829-1000,
fax 913-829-6206,
www.smhco.com.


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