Double Coin Tires, CMA announce new distribution center

Double Coin Tires, CMA announce new distribution center

Double Coin Tires and CMA announced the grand opening of their new west coast distribution center in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

The new distribution center recently completed its final phase of construction located at the intersection of 8th Street and Vineyard Avenue in the city of Rancho Cucamonga. The center will support the dealer and end user supply chain with shipments of the Double Coin brand and other CMA products. This is CMA’s second distribution center in North America, joining their Memphis, Tennessee facility.

“We’ve invested in the latest building innovations to construct an energy efficient and technologically advanced distribution center,” said Aaron Murphy, vice president of CMA. “The new energy efficient facility utilizes more natural light, and is constructed with other energy-saving sources, including motion-detecting lighting technology.”

Built from the ground-up for tire distribution optimization, the distribution center utilizes customized and portable racking systems that provide multiple tire storage combinations at full capacity, according to the company. The state-of-the-art building includes a wireless mobile security monitoring system, as well as dock-high and grade level bay doors with stalls for trailer parking with additional spacious areas available for expedited shipping.

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