Dallas — Rugby Architectural Building Products has announced the opening of a new distribution facility in Grand Prairie, Texas. On Jan. 2, 2020 the newly consolidated Dallas and Fort Worth distribution will begin operations at its new facilities.
The 125,000-square-foot distribution facility is being configured to accommodate Rugby’s increasing volumes, the diverse product assortment and evolving customer base, Rugby Architectural Building Products announced in a press release. One of the most notable improvements and areas of specialization is the creation of a 33,000-square-foot will-call facility set within the warehouse. This area is set up to provide will call customers with an expedited shopping, buying and procurement experience. Specially trained Rugby will-call staff will assist customers with product selection, technical knowledge, and order processing.
The Rugby full-service distribution facility stocks a variety of architectural interior building products including decorative surfaces, hardware, lumber, veneers, moulding, sheet goods, Wilsonart laminates, Wilsonart adhesives, Staron solid surface, high gloss panels and more; providing a one stop shop for everything customers need to make residential cabinets or commercial casework.
“After a thorough assessment of the needs of our customers then by matching those needs to the products stocked we believe we have created an industry leading facility for the express benefit of our customers,” said Tommy Heard central region general manager. “Our entire team is excited about this progression in our business and how it will help them provide our customers with the best service in the industry.”
The new facility features 20+ loading docks in the highly desirable industrial market with immediate access to HWY 360, I-30, HWY 183 and HWY 161.
Headquartered in Concord, N.H., with over $400 million in annual revenues, Rugby Architectural Building Products’s 700 employees serve over 28,000 customers across the United States, with a geographic footprint covering 35 states from 33 distribution facilities.