JDS Industries Announces Two Warehouse Relocations

These two expansions are among several JDS has done this year to keep up with growth.

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Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based JDS Industries, a supplier of components to the sign and graphics, sublimation, awards, and gifts and promotion markets, announces it moved two more of its warehouses due to continued growth within the company. The Dallas facility moved to Grand Prairie, Texas; and the Seattle area warehouse moved to Bonney Lake, Washington.

On Sept. 3, 2019, JDS began the undertaking of moving its Dallas facility to the new location in Grand Prairie. According to the company, this move allowed JDS to nearly double its available space to 93,700 square feet, from 47,000 in the old location. On Sept. 19, the doors officially opened.

The company began packing up its Kent, Washington, warehouse on Nov. 7, 2019 and reopened the new facility in Bonney Lake on Nov. 18. This move took JDS to 62,300 square feet, up from 40,500 in its old space.

“Relocations are handled entirely by JDS staff internally with minimal down time for each location and, with, our ability to cross-ship from our other locations, minimal inconvenience to our customers,” says Bill Ambroz, JDS warehouse operations manager. “All of this additional warehouse space allows us to continue to focus on our goal of providing our customers with the best service possible while offering a diverse range of in-stock products.”

These relocations come after JDS Industries moved its Illinois and Michigan warehouses over the summer.


Julia Schroeder

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