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Boston Centerless Expands with New Distribution Facility in Minnesota

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Boston Centerless Expands with New Distribution Facility in Minnesota

Press release date: February 25, 2014

Woburn, MA – Boston Centerless announced that they have opened a distribution facility in Minnesota to better service customers in the greater Midwest. Delivery time to customers in that area will be reduced by as much as four days. The new facility, located in Minneapolis will service customers in the central US. It will stock a variety of sizes and grades of AccuRod.0002TM precision ground bar product and Carpenter’s Project 70+® PDB® stainless steel. These materials are used for CNC Swiss screw machining applications.

Both products offer the benefits of precision ground bar without the wait of custom grinding. Materials are machine ready and available for immediate shipment. In addition to AccuRod.0002 and Project 70+ PDB, the warehouse will stock nominal sizes of 17-4 and 17-4 PH900 stainless along with Ti 6AL4V ELI titanium and a variety of other medical grade alloys. With the competitive landscape of manufacturing, companies need to receive material as quickly as possible.

“This new distribution center is an integral part of our continued growth,” commented Steven Tamasi, CEO of Boston Centerless. “By opening up facilities closer to our customers, we will be in a position to decrease lead-times and serve our customers more efficiently.”

A second distribution facility is located in New England in addition to the corporate headquarters in Woburn, MA which stocks a large variety of metals and plastics. Boston Centerless offers Vendor Managed Inventory programs and partners with the highest quality specialty metals producers in the industry.

Boston Centerless supplies customers worldwide with precision ground bar materials for close tolerance machining applications. The company also provides grinding services for customer-supplied material and components and manufactures a line of ultra-precise gages. For more information, visit
Doug Perilli
Boston Centerless


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