November 18, 2021
Rittal North America, a global manufacturer of industrial and IT enclosures, adds a U.S. Southeast warehouse to get closer to their customers and shorten delivery times, expand service capabilities, and improve customer service. They are collaborating with international transport and logistics provider Gebrüder Weiss in Conyers, GA, to expand Rittal’s U.S. footprint for more responsive enclosure delivery to integrators, OEMs, machine builders, panel builders, and data centers in the Southeast.
Improving delivery times for panel building and IT infrastructure is key to compete in manufacturing and IT today. So, establishing a strategically located warehouse in the Southeast enables Rittal to better serve our customers with faster delivery times. By optimizing our operational processes and adding a new warehouse location with Gebrüder Weiss near Atlanta, GA, Rittal enhances it’s offering to customers in the Southeast.
This logistics footprint expansion offers:
- – Quality engineered products
- – Faster delivery
- – Improved customer productivity
“Providing more responsive delivery in the Southeast gives integrators, OEMs, machine builders, panel builders and data centers a real competitive advantage with time to market,” states Mike Freund, CEO at Rittal. “Rittal is pleased to announce our collaboration with Gebrüder Weiss to shorten delivery times in the Southeast.”
The announcement of a U.S. Southeast warehouse, in addition to Rittal’s recently announced U.S. Midwest warehouse, further demonstrates Rittal’s customer-centric commitment to shorten delivery times, expand service capabilities, and improve customer service.
“It has been a pleasure to work with Rittal to develop a custom approach to meet their supply chain and logistics goals. We have worked successfully with Rittal in Europe for many years, and we are delighted to help them serve their clients from our warehouses in both the Midwest and now in the Southeast. We look forward to helping them expedite orders and expand throughout the Southeast,” said Mark McCullough, CEO of Gebrüder Weiss USA.