Hardware Resources strengthens Northpoint Cabinetry warehouse capacity
August 18, 2022 | 11:21 am CDT

DALLAS – Hardware Resources has expanded its distribution capacity for NorthPoint Cabinetry with the addition of new warehouse space in York, Pa. The York facility, operated by sister company Wolf Home Products, will enable Hardware Resources to meet the growing demand for NorthPoint Cabinetry in the Eastern United States, the company said in a statement.

NorthPoint Cabinetry is a line of professional-grade, QuickBuild cabinets made in North America and available nationwide. Engineered for fast and easy assembly, NorthPoint Cabinetry features solid wood construction, dovetail drawer boxes, and cabinet interiors free of fasteners that give the cabinets a custom-look. In addition to the new warehouse in York, the company also has warehouse facilities in Phoenix, Ariz., Memphis, Tenn., and Tampa, Fla.

“The NorthPoint Cabinetry product line has seen steady growth since its introduction in 2019,” said Greg Gottlieb, CEO of Hardware Resources. “As the business has grown, our ability to service East Coast customers from our warehouses in Memphis and Tampa reached capacity. Fortunately, we have been able to tap into the exceptional logistical expertise of our sister company, Wolf Home Products, to support our growth and better serve our East Coast customers.”  

Hardware Resources and Wolf Home Products are part of PrimeSource Brands, a leading provider of specialty branded building products in North America.

While the expanded warehouse capacity is expected to have a positive impact on lead times and delivery schedules, the transition is expected to be seamless for customers, said Gottlieb. “Customers will continue to work with the same Hardware Resources sales and customer service teams for support, regardless of which warehouse ships products,” he said.   

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