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Crosman opens facility in Denmark

Rochester Business Journal
February 13, 2014

Crosman Corp. has opened a logistics facility in Copenhagen, Denmark, as part of a plan to accelerate order fulfillment to the company’s growing customer base in Europe.

The European distribution center represents a partnership between Bloomfield, Ontario County-based Crosman, Crosman Europe and DSV A/S, a Danish transport company.
 
Phil Dolci, Crosman president and CEO, said the new partnership provides transcontinental logistics to the European market with an extensive and compliant selection of products.

“Fulfilling orders faster and customizing products to satisfy EU countries’ regulation requirements are the cornerstones of our expansion strategy,” Dolci said in a statement.”Enhancing that service to our European customers is a priority and we expect this facility to be a significant contributor to our international growth efforts.”

Crosman ranked 17th on the most recent Rochester Business Journal list of manufacturers with 315 workers.
 
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