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ACR Electronics opens distribution center in the Netherlands

Safety and survival technology manufacturer ACR Electronics is opening a new distribution center in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

Safety and survival technology manufacturer ACR Electronics is opening a new distribution center in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

ACR, a Drew Marine company, is expanding its business in Europe and said it hopes the new center will enable customers to obtain products in one business day.

ACR’s international headquarters and manufacturing facility remain in Fort Lauderdale, where more than 200 people work.

“ACR opening a European distribution hub is just another example of ACR responding to our customers’ needs and demonstrates we realize what may work in one geographic region may not always work in another,” ACR president and general manager Gerry Angeli said in a statement. “Our goal for all of our customers is on-time, in-full, error-free shipments.”

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