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Coxreels Moving to New Location in Tempe

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Arizona manufacturer moving to new location with more space for production and operational space.

| July 25, 2012

TEMPE, Ariz. - Coxreels will be moving to a new location with more manufacturing space, the company announced. 

Coxreels will remain in Tempe, Ariz., with fabrication, machine and welding departments already re-located and fully functional at the company's new home, the company said.

The new facility will provide production with nearly 50 percent more operational space and will allow Coxreels to continue to manufacture in the United States, the company said. 

"The opportunity for this transition has made Coxreels extremely proud and we acknowledge our loyal distribution parners as the reason this move is now a reality," Coxreels said in a statement.

For more information, visit www.Coxreels.com

 

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