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Seattle distribution hub offers Edward Don & Co a ‘springboard’ to regional growth

Edward Don & Company

Edward Don & Company views a new distribution center it has just opened in Seattle as a “springboard” to growth in the Pacific Northwest and western Canadian markets.

The site, in Auburn, Washington, spans 157,000 square feet and is now fully operational.

It is run by a staff of approximately 80 employees and features state-of-the-art technology while housing more than 7,000 stocked items with inventory expected to increase in the future.

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Planning for the new distribution center began shortly after Edward Don & Company acquired Kent, Washington-based Smith & Greene Company in January of 2018.

The enhanced space means that Smith & Greene’s portfolio has been strengthened with a wider range of equipment, smallwares, disposables and janitorial products.

“This is a multi-phase rollout that has been carefully planned and executed over the past year,” explained Mike Bartoszek, vice president of operations for Edward Don & Company.

“It allows us to ensure that our customers experience a seamless transition without any risk of service interruptions.”

The Washington facility is the seventh national distribution hub that Edward Don & Company operates in the US.

It also has operations in Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Miami, Dallas, Los Angeles and Seattle.

 “We are excited at the chance to augment our already strong nationwide presence while also focusing on continued growth in the future as well,” said Steve Don, CEO of Edward Don & Company.

“The increased presence in the Pacific Northwest market provides tremendous advantages. We’ll have increased exposure to a vibrant market as well as a springboard into western Canada.”

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