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Turn 14 Announces East Coast Warehouse, Adds Stainless Works To Line Card
July 13, 2017
Turn 14 Distribution has announced its expansion into an all-new, larger warehouse in Pennsylvania. The company has also added Stainless Works’ line of headers and exhausts.
Turn 14 Announces East Coast Warehouse, Adds Stainless Works To Line Card

Turn 14 Distribution, the 2016 SEMA Warehouse Distributor of the Year, has announced its expansion into an all-new, larger warehouse designed from the ground up to its own specifications.

The 234,000 sqft facility, located at 3035 Campus Drive, Hatfield, Pennsylvania, opened for business on December 23, 2016.

“The new location deploys the latest in material handling and logistics technology combined with proprietary software solutions developed in-house. These innovations allow us to achieve a capacity of more than 28,000 packages per day with 99-percent accuracy, allowing our partners to continue their rapid expansion unconstrained,” Turn 14 Distribution’s CEO Jon Pulli said.

The technology expansion incorporates small and large five-sided scan tunnels with high-speed scales to capture exact dimensions and weights for all inbound products. The new technology will help the company reach its goal of 99.99-percent shipment accuracy.

In related news, Turn 14 Distribution has also added Stainless Works’ range of aftermarket headers and exhausts to its line card.

In addition to designing a wide range of aftermarket headers and exhausts, Stainless Works manufactures every system on-site in the US.

Stainless Works products will never rust like the "cheaper" 400 series stainless steel, according to Turn 14 Distribution.