Sta-Lok Terminals moves to Connecticut

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Sta-Lok Terminals relocated its U.S. headquarters from Wilmington, N.C., to Guilford, Conn., and appointed Ocean Supply Chain Logistics to manage the distribution and marketing of its range of stainless-steel rigging hardware products throughout the country.

The new warehouse is about 90 miles from New York and 130 miles from Boston.

“The move to Guilford will greatly improve access to Sta-Lok products and enhance the technical support and service we provide our customers,” managing director Terry Barfield said in a statement.

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