Kurt J. Lesker Increases Vacuum Inventory
Hasting’s UK, the Kurt J. Lesker Company® Ltd is announces their European warehousing logistics is moving to a much larger facility named; Cirket House.
Cirket House is a new distribution Centre, located just 2 miles from the current European Headquarters in Hastings. With over 16,000 square feet of stocking space, Kurt J. Lesker Co Ltd will increase their inventory to meet the current demand for vacuum products.
The company states their enhanced logistic procedures will also provide KJLC® customers with even greater confidence on their ability to dispatch quality products same day anywhere in Europe.
This development is the next big step in the company’s evolution towards enhancing KJLC®’s reputation as their customers primary vacuum supplier.
As stated by KJLC® the new EDC will provide “INCREASED INVENTORY, ENHANCED LOGISTICS" and therefore “EXCEEDING CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS"
The Kurt J. Lesker Company is a global manufacturer and distributor of vacuum deposition systems, components and materials. Founded in 1954 KJLC® has built a reputation for quality vacuum solutions combined with excellent service and support.
The company states they are proud to be the preferred supplier to leading research institutes and production facilities around the world.
For more information contact:
European Headquarters: +44 (0) 1424 email@example.com www.lesker.com
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