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Furrion plans Netherlands distribution center

Elkhart, Ind.-based Furrion announced plans today at the Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam to open a European distribution center later this year in the Netherlands.

The mechanical electrical products manufacturer said the center will improve service to customers across the continent.

“For our European customers, our new stocking facility in the Netherlands will mean faster deliveries, fixed transportation costs and reduced costs overall,” Furrion president and CEO Aaron Fidler said in a statement.

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