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Document protectors JC&C expand to US West Coast

Document protection company Jake, Connor & Crew has announced the opening of its West Coast distribution center in central California.


Document protection company Jake, Connor & Crew has announced the opening of its West Coast distribution center in central California.

Jake, Connor & Crew is stocking its full line of containment products for the document protection and waste and recycling industries to provide increased service to its West Coast customers.

“Due to our higher volumes and demand on the West Coast, this was the natural progression for our distribution network,” said Gayle Nummelin, VP of Jake, Connor & Crew, in a statement.

Nummelin added:

“In conjunction with our East Coast manufacturing and distribution center and our European distribution center, we are confident that with this new, convenient facility will benefit more of our rapidly growing customer base on the West Coast, who will have the opportunity to experience our quality of products and our unparalleled customer service. Fully stocked and available for delivery or pick-up of our full line of containers, the Jake, Connor & Crew West Coast distribution center is another opportunity for Jake, Connor & Crew to provide our exclusive products and exemplary service to our West Coast customers.”

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Established in 1995, Jake, Connor & Crew has been the world’s largest manufacturer of containers for the Document Protection industry. Expanding into the Waste and Recycling industry in 2010, they design, manufacture and rigorously engineer our products to exceed the quality and security demands of the global shredding and waste industries.


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