Nordfab Ducting Opens First Canadian Warehouse with Light Fabrication Capabilities in Delhi, Ontario

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Nordfab Ducting, part of the Dantherm Filtration family, has expanded its distribution and production by opening a new warehouse with light fabrication capabilities in Delhi, Ontario, Canada.

One of the benefits of Nordfab www.nordfab.com [clamp-together ducting __title__ clamp together ducting] is speed - both the speed with which it can be installed and the speed with which it can be delivered

Nordfab Ducting, part of the Dantherm Filtration family, has expanded its distribution and production by opening a new warehouse with light fabrication capabilities in Delhi, Ontario, Canada.

"One of the benefits of Nordfab clamp-together ducting is speed - both the speed with which it can be installed and the speed with which it can be delivered," explains Tom Ballus, Dantherm Filtration's North American president. "This warehouse in Delhi, Ontario, will allow us to speed delivery times for Canadian customers by two to three days by eliminating customs delays at the U.S.-Canadian border."

More than 10,000 pieces of standard Dust Collection Ducting - such as straight pipe and elbows - will be stored in the warehouse. In addition, the facility will have production capabilities, allowing for the manufacture of custom ducting pieces within Canada for Canadian customers.

Nordfab, which introduced the original Quick-Fit ductwork in 1986, is the world's largest supplier of clamp-together ducting for dust, mist, fume and smoke collection. Nordfab owns and operates a 64,000-square-foot office and manufacturing facility in Thomasville, N.C., that employs more than 100 production, sales and corporate support employees. A 24,000-square-foot duct fabrication facility in Reno, Nev., helps ensure quick deliveries to and minimize shipping costs for customers in the western half of the United States.

For more information, visit http://www.nordfab.com or call 1-800-532-0830.

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