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Sekisui opens Midwest distribution center

July 23, 2008

Sekisui opens Midwest distribution center
Sekisui TA Industries (STA), a manufacturer of overlamination products based in Brea, CA, USA, has opened a distribution center in Neenah, WI, USA. The 425,000 square foot center covers the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
The STA Precut Program for this area offers 5,000 or 10,000 foot overlamination rolls, precut in ¼" increments, which are ready to ship on the same day or the next day. Same-day service is available in select areas. STA also provides special custom size stocking programs, per request, to suit an extensive variety of needs.
In addition to the new Midwestern Regional Distribution Center, STA maintains two manufacturing facilities (California and Tennessee) as well as distribution centers in Texas and New Jersey. In conjunction with the opening of the new center, STA is running a special promotion that includes free shipping on initial orders. Details are available by emailing olweb@
Sekisui reports a 66 percent reduction in landfill waste in 2007 when compared to the previous year. Also, STA states that it ensures low volatile organic compounds in its manufacturing processes.
Additionally, STA reports its promotion of a variety of recycling processes throughout all phases of operation. The company says its recycled materials include water, batteries, plastic, metals, inks, pallets, and packaging materials.
Sekisui TA Industries, a subsidiary of Sekisui Chemical Company of Japan, is an ISO 14001:2004 certified company.
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