Seko expands Charlotte facility

Supply chain provider Seko has expanded its Charlotte facility, doubling the warehouse storage capacity up to 12,000 sq. ft. The office, primarily serving North Carolina and South Carolina

Supply chain provider Seko has expanded its Charlotte facility, doubling the warehouse storage capacity up to 12,000 sq. ft. The office, primarily serving North Carolina and South Carolina, has 35 employees, handles imports and exports of electronic goods, auto parts and warehousing services.

The facility uses the Seko Warehouse Management System (WMS), which provides online access to inventory status and shipment release notification, as well as various reporting functions.

"Our business continues to grow at about 25% per year and we feel we must always keep pace with today's dynamic marketplace," said Glenn Maddox, station owner of Seko Charlotte. "Not only do we want to grow with new office space, but with new employees as well. Our goal is to continue as a logistics leader in the Carolinas region by continuing to provide customer service that is unmatched by the competition."

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