Anixter opens new facility in California

  • Glenview-based Anixter Inc. recently celebrated the opening of its new office in Roseville, California, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house.

    Glenview-based Anixter Inc. recently celebrated the opening of its new office in Roseville, California, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house. Photo courtesy of PRNewswire

 
Updated 8/16/2019 3:16 PM

GLENVIEW -- Anixter Inc. recently celebrated the opening of its new office in Roseville, California, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house.

Anixter executives, employees, customers, supplier partners and representatives from the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce were all in attendance for networking, product demonstrations and tours.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The new Roseville office, which replaces Anixter's office in Sacramento, offers flexible space that can easily transform to host customer events and demonstrations as well as meet Anixter's operational needs. Anixter chose Roseville based on its central location, which makes it convenient for customers to attend training sessions and meet with their sales representatives.

"This new location is part of our global strategy to break down barriers and encourage a more collaborative environment," said Bill Geary, Anixter's executive vice president, Network & Security Solutions. "We look forward to seeing how everyone within the new office will work together to more efficiently serve our customers while also providing them with more comprehensive and innovative solutions,"

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