Liberty Wire & Cable opens Hawaii warehouse

April 8, 2009
April 8, 2009--Liberty Wire & Cable, supplier of wire and cable products for the audio/video trade, has opened a new warehouse facility in Honolulu, HI to service commercial and residential customers in and around the 50th state.

April 8, 2009--Liberty Wire & Cable, supplier of wire and cable products for the audio/video trade, has opened a new warehouse facility in Honolulu, HI to service commercial and residential customers in and around the 50th state.

"The new warehouse lets us take advantage of our ability to containerize products to reduce both freight costs and shipping times, and provide both commercial and residential customers more immediate access to our products," says Kirk Horlbeck, Liberty senior vice president of marketing. "Assembling and storing inventory in Honolulu also allows us to provide Will-Call Service, Same-Day Service and Next-Day Service to customers at no charge in most areas in and around Oahu," adds Territory Manager Richard Herwig. "The other islands will benefit from reduced shipping times of one to five days, depending on conditions."

The Hawaiian warehouse is the latest of several facilities Liberty has added in the past couple years to meet what it calls "growing customer demand."

On the Web: www.libertycable.com

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