-- New distribution center marks third addition to U.S. operations and will service the Midwest, Great Lakes and the Northeastern States --
DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Apr. 14, 2020) – Nexen Tire America, a worldwide leader in high-performance, passenger, SUV/light truck and winter tire technology, has announced a new distribution center located at 2190 Creekside Pkwy in Lockbourne, Ohio. The new Ohio distribution center marks the third addition to its list of U.S. distribution facilities, joining the existing two located in California and Georgia. Ohio was strategically chosen for its centralized location in the U.S. allowing Nexen to increase efficiency and continue prioritizing its customer's needs. With three distribution centers triangulating most of the U.S., customers can now expect shorter delivery times and lower costs. The addition of a third distribution center also allows Nexen Tire's network of dealers nationwide to provide more resources to customers than before.
Nexen Tire takes pride in providing high-quality customer service, sales support and business relationships. The company is continuously looking for opportunities in operations that would support its business partners and customers.
“After months of planning, we are excited to bring an additional warehouse into operation to further support our distributors and retailers” said John Hagan, vice president of sales for Nexen Tire. “We understand with the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, our priority is to be there to support our partners in every way possible. This warehouse is an example of our ongoing support to our partners and we will be there to support and fill your business needs in the future.”
To find the closest Nexen Tire Dealer, please visit the company’s online Dealer Finder.
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