Taco Metals opens distribution center in South Carolina

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The new facility in Summerville will be used to distribute Taco Marine products to customers in the Carolinas.

The new facility in Summerville will be used to distribute Taco Marine products to customers in the Carolinas.

Taco Metals said it has opened a 10,000-square-foot regional distribution center in South Carolina.

The company said the new facility in Summerville will be used to distribute Taco Marine products to customers in the Carolinas.

Taco said the conveniently located facility will improve service to customers with custom stock programs for just-in-time delivery and weekly delivery service.

Regional sales representative Gordon Peters and warehouse manager Nick Essenmacher will lead the Taco customer service team at the new distribution center.

Founded in 1959, Taco designs, manufactures and distributes a wide range of products that include rub rail, marine extrusions, canvas and metal fab hardware, seating and pedestals, sportfishing equipment and custom/specialty products.

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