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Simpson Strong-Tie Moves Minnesota Warehouse to Larger Facility

Parul Dubey on November 20, 2020 - in Corporate, News

Pleasanton, Calif. — Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, announced the relocation of its warehouse facility in Eagan, MN, to Inver Grove Heights, MN, seven miles away. The warehouse has moved to a new building located at Inver Point Business Park, 8450 Courthouse Blvd., Building 1, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077.

The new building is 46,500 sq. ft. larger than the previous facility, and all 19 employees in Eagan have transferred to the new location.

The company has invested in the move as a commitment to future growth and to better serve our customers with faster product delivery and Will Call access. The new location provides more dock and office space, a larger training center, more efficient order picking and enhanced warehouse safety.

About Simpson Strong-Tie Company Inc.

For more than 60 years, Simpson Strong-Tie has dedicated itself to creating structural solutions and technology to help people design and build safer, stronger homes and buildings. Considered an industry leader in structural systems research, testing and innovation, Simpson Strong-Tie works closely with construction professionals to provide code-listed, field-tested products and value-engineered solutions. Our engineered structural products and solutions are recognized for helping structures resist high winds, hurricanes and seismic forces. They include structural connectors, fasteners, fastening systems, lateral-force-resisting systems, anchors, software solutions, and product solutions for repairing, protecting and strengthening concrete. From product development and testing to training and engineering and field support, Simpson Strong-Tie is highly committed to our customers’ success. For more information, visit strongtie.com and follow us on facebook.com/strongtie, twitter.com/strongtie, YouTube and LinkedIn

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