Bobcat cuts ribbon on new distribution center

Bobcat Company opened a new 110,000 square feet aftermarket distribution center in September in Reno, Nevada.
The new facility is the first of two new facilities in 2022 built to improve Bobcat’s distribution network and parts delivery.
Bobcat Company opened a new 110,000 square feet aftermarket distribution center in September in Reno, Nevada.

Bobcat Company, West Fargo, North Dakota, opened a new 110,000 square feet aftermarket distribution center in September in Reno, Nevada.

The facility is the first of two new distribution centers slated to open in 2022. According to Bobcat, it will provide dealers and customers with enhanced service options, increased inventory and faster parts delivery.

“The opening of the Reno parts distribution center reinforces Bobcat’s commitment to providing industry-leading service, as this new facility supports the businesses of our customers and dealer partners by providing greater parts availability and faster deliveries,” says Mike Ballweber, president of Bobcat Company North America.

The second of the two distribution centers will be located in Atlanta, increasing the company’s warehouse footprint.

“This additional aftermarket parts distribution facility demonstrates our commitment to providing best-in-class uptime to our customers across the United States and Canada,” says Brad Claus, Bobcat Company vice president of aftermarket parts and service. “This investment will positively impact our dealer network and equipment owners by ensuring we can deliver the right parts at the right time.”

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