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Wholesale Pallet Rack Products expands quick ship

Minnesota-based pallet rack distributor adds Erie, Pa., ship location.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
July 10, 2012

Minnesota-based pallet rack distributor WPRP Wholesale Pallet Rack Products (http://www.wprpwholesalepalletrack.com) has expanded, opening up another pallet rack quick ship location in Erie, Pennsylvania, 16502. This additional quick ship location will offer Ridg-U-Rak Teardrop pallet rack, J&L Wire Decking and accessories. With the ability to ship LTL shipments as well as truckloads in 24 - 48 hours, WPRP provides a convenient location for customers to get all their pallet rack requirements in one place.

In addition to quick ship material, WPRP also offers distributors the ability to order custom sizes to ship from the Erie, PA location. This is a significant benefit to be able to order custom sizes with or without quick ship material.  WPRP can now offer several options to their customers utilizing both the Maple Grove MN and Erie PA quick ship locations.

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