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1/6/2017

Gosiger Moves West Coast HQ

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The facility has four times the product showroom and training space.

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Gosiger Inc. is moving its West Coast headquarters from Fullerton, California, to Cypress, California. Approximately twice the size of the previous space, the new facility features an expanded showroom, training area and replacement parts inventory. “With our growing service and support staff along with increasing customer demands for demonstrations, applications assistance and equipment training, we simply outgrew our former facility,” says Brad Gecowets, executive director for West Coast operations. “At the same time, we wanted a more accessible location and one that enables us to better serve our customers today and into the future.”

Located in the former Sandvik Coromant building, the 17,500-square-foot Gosiger facility includes a product showroom that’s four times larger than the previous space. A training space that’s also four times larger will facilitate more customer education classes and special events. Meanwhile, the expanded spare parts inventory uses an automatic retrieval system for faster customer deliveries.

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