Woburn, MA – June 11, 2014 — Boston Centerless has opened a third distribution center located in Nevada to better service customers on the West Coast. The new warehouse located in Sparks, just outside of Reno, will provide customers in the western part of the country with materials that are specifically produced for CNC Swiss screw machining applications. The Sparks location will decrease delivery time to these customers by as much as 70%. Materials stocked will include various sizes and grades of AccuRod.0002TM precision ground bar product and Carpenter’s Project 70®+ PDB® stainless steel. They will be available for immediate delivery to the surrounding states. Both products offer the benefits of precision ground bar without the wait of custom grinding.
In addition to AccuRod.0002 and Project 70+ PDB, Boston Centerless will also stock nominal sizes of 17-4 and 17-4 PH900 stainless as well as Ti 6AL4V ELI titanium and other medical grade alloys.
The Sparks facility is the third distribution center to be opened by Boston Centerless in the past year to help fuel their continued growth. “Having a presence on the West Coast will greatly benefit our customers in that area, enabling us to get product to them much faster,” said Steven Tamasi, CEO of Boston Centerless. “It will also help attract customers that felt distance was a barrier to doing business with us previously.” The two other distribution centers are located in Minnesota and New England.
Boston Centerless supplies customers worldwide with precision ground bar materials for close tolerance machining applications. The company also provides grinding services for customer-supplied material and components and manufactures a line of ultra-precise gages. For more information, visit www.bostoncenterless.com.