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Bosal Opens New HQ, Warehouse in N.J.

Bosal USA has opened a new aftermarket headquarters and warehouse facility in Budd Lake, N.J.

The new facility has more than 100,000 square feet of space and will house the company’s administrative, financial, customer service and logistical departments, and will serve as one of the company’s three U.S. distribution centers.

“This new and larger facility will help Bosal be an even better aftermarket supplier. It will enable us to keep working toward continuous improvement in both product availability and service levels,” said director Jeff Berman. “The new layout will help us to be more efficient and carry more inventory from our manufacturing groups.”

Bosal manufactures complete exhaust systems for passenger cars, trucks and industrial applications; catalytic converters, tow bar systems, roof bars and roof racks, wind deflectors, jacks and toolkits, cabins, irrigation equipment, precision steel tubing and warehouse racking systems.

Its other U.S. distribution centers are in Denver and Indianapolis.

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