West Chester, Pennsylvania-based wire and cable products master distributor OmniCable recently announced that it has relocated its Tampa location to a larger facility.
As OmniCable’s Tampa business has been growing exponentially over the past three years, the company said it was “time to invest in more inventory, a larger operational space, and new equipment to support its customers.”
“We have over $40 million of inventory (and growing) in a prime location for will-call support and statewide shipping lanes,” said Chris Sorah, OmniCable’s Tampa Regional Manager.
The 200,000-square-foot facility carries OmniCable’s full line of products as well as striping (spiral and in-line), paralleling, bundling and custom labeling, jacket printing, and custom work with cable management.
“Our facility expansion delivers on OmniCable’s unwavering commitment to the region’s distributors and growing demand for best-in-class manufacturer brands, inventory breadth, and project services,” said Bryan Dabruzzi, OmniCable’s Regional Vice President – Southeastern Region.
The announcement is the latest in series of noteworthy moves for OmniCable. In July, the company announced that CEO Greg Lampert retired after seven years with the company. In May, OmniCable announced it had opened two new locations in Reno, Nevada, and Mississauga, Ontario.