DAYTON, Ohio, Oct. 1, 2007 - WinWholesale Inc., one of the nation's largest wholesale distributors, has opened four locations in four of the industries in which it provides products to customers across the United States.
Three of the operations are locally owned and operated Win companies and the fourth is a branch of Noland Company, WinWholesale's wholly-owned subsidiary.
The recently opened locations are:
- Noland Company, Cleveland, Tenn. " heating and air conditioning
- Husker Winlectric Co., Omaha, Neb. " electrical equipment and supplies
- Lincoln Winwater Works Co., Lincoln, Neb. " waterworks, sanitary and storm sewer supplies
- Palmetto Winnelson, Co., Lexington, S.C. - pluming equipment and supplies
Each location has a warehouse, counter sales and pickup, and local delivery service.
"All of our locations, whether a Win local company or a Noland branch, are very focused on providing the best quality products available and exceptional service to give our customers a competitive edge," said Rick Schwartz, WinWholesale president and CEO.
On a growth trajectory the past 51 years, WinWholesale has opened 13 locations in the various Win company wholesaling industries and Noland Company in 2007.
There are 457 Win local wholesaling companies across the United States and 108 Noland Company branches.
About WinWholesale Inc.
WinWholesale Inc. (www.winwholesale.com) is a leading supplier of domestic and industrial supplies and materials headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. The privately-held company consists of more than 450 wholesaling corporations in which WinWholesale is an equity partner, and also Noland Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary. Noland is a wholesaler headquartered in Newport News, Va. with more than 100 branches. Collectively, WinWholesale is referred to as "The Win Group of Companies." In the group are companies conducting business-to-business wholesale distribution of plumbing and heating supplies; industrial pipes, valves and fittings; heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment; electrical equipment; electronics; industrial and commercial fastening hardware; waterworks and utility supplies; and domestic, commercial and industrial pumps.