Helmet House to dramatically boost its inventory capacity
February 18, 2009
Filed under Features
INDIANAPOLIS — National distributor Helmet House is increasing its inventory capacity this year at its two U.S. warehouses, the company announced at Dealer Expo.
The Calabasas Hills, Calif.-based company is building a new warehouse in Southaven, Miss. This facility, which will be more than 200,000 square feet, will replace the company’s Memphis, Tenn., warehouse and more triple the inventory capacity of the existing facility.
The distributor also is increasing its inventory capacity at its West Coast warehouse by nearly 50 percent.
“Dealer demand outstripped our supply as we and our vendors struggled to react quickly to the increased demands of last season,” Bob Miller, Helmet House’s president, said in a press release. “We’ve made a commitment that this year will be different.”
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