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Acucote opens new distribution center

May 22, 2012

Effective May 1, Acucote is distributing its line of specialty and commodity products out of Fullerton, CA, USA.

Celebrating 25 years in the adhesive industry, Graham, NC, USA-based Acucote Inc. continues to expand its capabilities nationwide. As of May 1, the company is distributing its line of specialty and commodity products out of Fullerton, Calif. This distribution center, in addition to the enhanced slitting capabilities at its Texas facility, demonstrates Acucote’s expansion in the West Coast and Southwest regions.

The Fullerton distribution center houses a variety of stock and specialty items. Commodity products include, but are not limited to: fluorescent face stocks, 60# semi gloss offered with permanent acrylic or rubber-based permanent adhesive and a variety of polypropylenes with general purpose, permanent and removable adhesives. Fullerton supports Acucote’s specialty product lines by expanding its coupon capabilities that utilize Acucote’s trademarked Diamond-Cote EZ and LiftCote, as well as a variety of custom coat and hold products. The center can slit 60’’ master rolls to 45’’outer dimensions, and has the ability to slit to 2’’ widths.

To further its reach, Acucote has extended its sales coverage throughout the West Coast. With two sales team members serving Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona, Acucote provides customers in the West Coast direct access to applications, product recommendations and solutions.

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