New Parts Distribution Center For Doosan Infracore

By Mike Osenga19 December 2018

Doosan Infracore North America, LLC has opened a new 100,000 sq.ft. parts distribution center, in Suwanee, Ga., situated approximately 30 miles northeast of Atlanta to serve its dealers and customers in the United States and Canada.

The new parts distribution center is expected to allow Doosan Infracore North America to provide both dealers and customers with better service options, deeper inventory and faster parts delivery. The parts distribution center is located adjacent to the Doosan Infracore North America headquarters in Suwanee.

“Doosan is committed to being a top five construction equipment brand in North America, and this new parts distribution center illustrates our promise to support our dealers and our customers with parts availability and prompt delivery,” said Edward Song,CEO, Doosan Infracore North America, LLC. “We can significantly reduce shipping costs and we can provide less than two-day delivery on a majority of our genuine Doosan parts delivered from our dedicated warehouse.”

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The facility is is managed by DHL Supply Chain. The center will stock approximately 40,000 stock keeping units (SKUs) that can be shipped to service Doosan construction equipment throughout the United States and Canada.

The parts distribution center will house a majority of Doosan parts, with only some low-volume parts needing to come from Doosan manufacturing facilities around the globe. DHL Supply Chain will provide outbound less than load (LTL) transportation to Doosan equipment dealers located in the United States and Canada.

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