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Ventec USA to open North California Distribution Center
Ventec USA has opened a purpose-built regional distribution center which will support the company's Northern California customers.
The center will complement the service provided to Southern California customers from Ventec’s Fullerton facility. The new facility will be located in Fremont, California. Jack Pattie, President of Ventec USA, commented “We see major growth potential in our Northern California market, and for reasons of supply chain integrity an increasing number of OEMs are insisting that their PCB suppliers buy specified laminate direct from the nominated manufacturer and not through third party distributors. We recognize the need to support our Northern California customers from a local service center, to streamline the supply chain and bring the benefits of direct distribution, together with local technical and engineering support. We understand the high-mix, quick-turn nature of our market and can ship almost everything same-day from a comprehensive inventory backed by Ventec’s global logistics network. And we remain committed to setting an unbeatable standard for customer service and competitiveness.”
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