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Emerson Ecologics Opens Distribution Center Near Richmond, Virginia, Significantly Increasing Capacity
Date:8/24/2011

BEDFORD, N.H., Aug. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Emerson Ecologics, LLC, the leading provider of professional-grade nutritional supplements to the healthcare practitioner market, today announced that the company has relocated its eastern United States distribution center from Bedford, New Hampshire to Colonial Heights, Virginia. The new distribution center opened for operation on August 8, 2011. Emerson Ecologics headquarters and the Eastern customer contact center remain in New Hampshire.

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With a footprint eighty percent larger than the previous site, the new facility provides an increase of over fifty percent in Emerson's overall distribution capacity, including its location in Redlands, California. This enables further expansion of the number of products and brands the company can offer, while supporting the continued growth in customer demand for products and services. Emerson Ecologics is a one-stop shop for healthcare practitioners, offering the most comprehensive range of nutritional supplement products from hundreds of industry leading manufacturers.

The selection of Colonial Heights, Virginia, about 20 miles south of Richmond, was a strategic decision based on many factors, including geographic customer concentration, positive business environment, and temperate weather. The location increases the number of customers reached via ground shipping within Emerson's two-day professional delivery guarantee. The modern facility is fully climate-controlled with high-efficiency lighting, supporting the ability to maintain product quality with less environmental impact. Additional capabilities will enable improved accuracy and efficiency in processing orders.

"Emerson is dedicated to continually improving the level of service we provide our doctors," said Andy Greenawalt, CEO, Emerson Ecologics. "To better meet the needs of our customers today and tomorrow, it was necessary fo
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