Cameron Ashley opens new Harrisburg distribution center

Latest facility will also serve markets in New Jersey, New York and Maryland.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Cameron Ashley Building Products has opened its latest building products distribution center in Lebanon, Pa.

Named the “Harrisburg” distribution center – after the state’s neighboring capital city – the new location will serve Binghamton, N.Y., Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and Bedford, PA, Cumberland, Md., and northern New Jersey, along with surrounding local markets, the company said.

The distribution center will provide sales and inventory support for continued growth in roofing, insulation, and other building materials in what is a new market for Cameron Ashley.

“We are pleased to be once again expanding Cameron Ashley’s service area, this time in the Northeast”, said Regional Vice President Tom Gaffey. “With the addition of our new Harrisburg, Pa. Distribution Center, we’ll have improved access to many of our existing customers, as well as the ability to serve many more in the area.”

Cameron Ashley Harrisburg Distribution Center Manager, Jim Dell.

Key suppliers stocked at this location will include CertainTeed Roofing, TAMKO, Knauf Insulation, Lomanco Ventilation, Quality Aluminum Products (QAP), and Deckorators decking, coordinating accessories, among others. Future product expansion will be determined by customer needs in the area, Cameron Ashley said.

“Since I joined the Cameron Ashley team, we’ve been working to establish our presence in this market,” said Distribution Center Manager, Jim Dell. “I’m excited to have the warehouse to support the business development we have worked on so diligently.”

All incoming and outgoing deliveries and customer pickups are now being serviced out of the new Harrisburg area facility.

Cameron Ashley has been on a tear in recent months with multiple distribution center openings.

The Greenville, S.C.-based company opened locations in North Las Vegas and in the Phoenix, Ariz. market this past June. Last month, the distributor also replaced an older facility in Houston, Texas with a new distribution center.


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