Hardware Resources expands warehouse capacity to support Northpoint Cabinetry growth

Hardware Resources opened a new warehouse and distribution facility in Houston. 

DALLAS -- Hardware Resources held a grand opening of its new warehouse and distribution facility in Houston for NorthPoint Cabinetry.  The newly constructed 158,000-square-foot facility will enable Hardware Resources to meet the growing demand for NorthPoint Cabinetry across the South and parts of the Midwest.

Hardware Resources celebrated the opening of the facility with a ribbon-cutting event in mid-January. “We are excited to begin 2023 with a new, state-of-the-art warehouse and distribution facility that will enable us to support our growing customer base in the region,” said Greg Gottlieb, CEO of Hardware Resources.  “The added capacity supports our objective to expand the NorthPoint Cabinetry line and give customers faster turnaround times on orders.”  

Inside Hardware Resources' warehouse that was built to house products from Northpoint Cabinetry.
Inside Hardware Resources' warehouse that was built to house products from Northpoint Cabinetry.

Gottlieb also recognized the efforts of employees involved with the project.  “This project involved people from across the organization, and I am especially grateful to our operations and logistics teams who pushed hard to get us over the finish line so we can start the new year in a strong position.”


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