ESC Officially Opens New Central Distribution Center

ESC Officially Opens New Central Distribution Center

BOSTON, Mass. — Electric Supply Center (ESC) is pleased to announce that the company’s new 135,000 square-foot Central Distribution Center, based in Woburn, Mass., is officially open and rolling out delivery orders.

The occasion was celebrated September 16 at the CDC, where dozens of company vendors got to see and experience the new building firsthand. Additionally, company executives unveiled ESC’s brand new time-lapse video of the Woburn CDC, which can now be accessed on the company’s website and here on tED TV.

Located at 205 Wildwood Ave., the CDC is ESC’s hub of all delivery orders, receiving, and will call. While all other branches of ESC will remain fully functioning, the CDC allows for a larger array of product and the ability to serve many more customers.

The CDC offers 12 loading dock doors and a pick-up area. All deliveries will be received and shipped from the 205 Wildwood Ave. location, including same day, early morning and late nights. Additionally, the CDC carries commercial and residential-designed product from more than 100 different vendors, including Pass & Seymour, Siemens, and Murray. Products come in all shapes, sizes and designs, and range from small TEK screws to a 112 KV Transformer.

“Our new state-of-the-art Central Distribution Center is a one-stop shop for our customers to fill their varied product needs,” said ESC President, Larry LaFreniere. “Our vendors are happy to know they are stocking their products in a location known for its convenience and strong product offerings.”

Will call pickup is available at ESC’s Burlington headquarters building at 200 Middlesex Turnpike.

(From left to right: Lynn Sullivan of John A. Penney Co., John Murch of ESC, Jimmy Moll of John A. Penney Co., ESC CEO Larry LaFreniere, Kevin Lewis of John A. Penney Co.)

(ESC CEO Larry LaFreniere leads a tour of the CDC for event attendees.)

(From left to right: Nappa Electric Owner Ed Nappa and ESC CEO Larry LaFreniere)


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