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Australian manufacturer opens Michigan distribution center

MagicEzy, of Australia, opened a distribution center in Michigan to expedite the delivery of its do-it-yourself fiberglass repair products.

MagicEzy, of Australia, opened a distribution center in Michigan to expedite the delivery of its do-it-yourself fiberglass repair products to dealers in the United States and Canada.

The company said the facility in Melvindale will fulfill bulk dealer orders for MagicEzy products and drop-ship products ordered through online retail stores.

The company’s products include MagicEzy Hairline Fix, MagicEzy 9-Second Chip Fix and MagicEzy Mega Fusion.

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