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Coxreels Has Moved

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The company has moved to a larger, more modernized facility in Tempe, Ariz.

| August 20, 2012

TEMPE, Ariz. — Coxreels, a leading U.S. manufacturer of industrial grade hose, cord, and cable reels and a major employer in Arizona, has moved to a larger, more modernized facility in Tempe, Ariz. All departments have been re-located and are fully functional and Coxreels is now taking advantage of the increased manufacturing space.
With nearly 50 percent more square footage, Coxreels can now accommodate the massive growth the company built up since 2005 and plan for continued advancement in manufacturing its industry-leading product lines. With Coxreels’ commitment to “USA made” and “USA quality”, the new facility’s benefits and features are being fully embraced. The expanded manufacturing space, along with improved processes, has already increased productivity. 

Coxreels’ new location also features an updated lobby and reception area welcoming visitors, and newly constructed, modernized office areas. An extensive product showroom has been designed and will be used for training and to display the Coxreels product lines. Coxreels’ new facility has given the company the opportunity to expand its reach and continue moving forward well into the years ahead.
“I couldn’t be more pleased with the transition to our new facility,” said Brad Cox, Coxreels President. “Our new location serves to further anchor our family owned and operated company for generations to come. We are ready and geared up to continue our commitment to manufacture superior and innovative quality products for a growing future.”

Please note the change of the company’s physical address: 5865 S. Ash Ave, Tempe, AZ  85283.
The company’s P.O. Box remains the same: P.O. Box 11268 Tempe, AZ  85284.

For more information about Coxreels visit www.coxreels.com.

 

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