Ann Arbor, MI, April 26, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- SurplusTrack.com, an innovative supply chain management and inventory solutions services provider, today announced the addition of a new 10,000 square foot warehouse in Ann Arbor, Mich. As an additional facet of the company’s continued expansion, SurplusTrack.com has moved its headquarters to a larger location in Ann Arbor.
SurplusTrack.com’s growth also is providing the company with an opportunity to add new jobs. Positions will be available at the new warehouse and headquarters. The company will hire college interns to assist with the increase in business. The paid intern assignments may potentially become full-time permanent positions.
“We launched Surplustrack.com six months ago and have already surpassed our growth expectations, experiencing unprecedented interest in our unique services,” said Brent David Ray, CEO of SurplusTrack.com. “As logistics became more of an important function of our inventory management services, it became essential that we add a warehouse to store our clients’ products. We want to be a singular solution for all our clients’ needs.”
The warehouse will be used to provide logistics services, as well as house excess inventory from SurplusTrack.com’s clients. The company offers storage for surplus inventory as an additional service, allowing businesses to free up more of their own space for operations. Additionally, SurplusTrack.com can coordinate logistics and delivery of client goods.
Business growth spurred SurplusTrack.com to move into the new 5,300-square-foot headquarters, located at 936 North Main Street in Ann Arbor. The move nearly doubles the size of SurplusTrack.com’s office space.
SurplusTrack.com represents more than 400 brands including Allen-Bradley, Cutler-Hammer, Square D and Timken and offers thousands of unique items for purchase or trade on its Web site.
Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, SurplusTrack.com is a cost-effective, business-to-business inventory management solution that utilizes advanced Web-based technology to connect industrial and commercial trading partners. The site enables businesses to move surplus inventory and non-performing assets via a global network of potential buyers and trading partners or intra-company departmental supply seekers.