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Enduratex moves corporate headquarters

China General Plastics Corp. of America, also known as Enduratex, completed the move of its corporate headquarters to Mira Loma, Calif.

"This move marks a new chapter for Enduratex and provides us with an opportunity to provide our customers with improved operational systems and technologies which will help facilitate a greater expedition of distribution," said Jeff Post, vice president and general manager of CGPCA.

"We are pleased that our toll-free numbers and Internet addresses will remain the same and the move will be seamless for our customers," he added.

In addition to the corporate offices relocating, the warehouse facilities also will be relocated, and operations will be seamless from the new warehouse facilities.

Enduratex provides vinyl-coated fabrics to the automotive, hospitality, marine, and health care industries. Its parent company, China General Plastics Corp., is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.

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