Atlanta, Ga – August 22, 2019 – Tosca – an innovator in reusable packaging and supply chain solutions – recently announced the relocation of its service facility in Newnan, Georgia. The facility, which opened July 3rd, is the organization’s newest state-of-the-art service center to serve suppliers, growers and grocery retailers nationwide. The facility complements Tosca’s existing robust national network, enabling the organization to better respond to customers, reduce the delivery and turnaround times of their industry-leading reusable plastic containers (RPCs), and continue to support the company’s massive growth.
Tosca’s relocation of the Newnan service center came out of its need to support its growing business. The new 80,000 square foot facility is approximately 35,000 square feet larger than the previous service center in Newnan and new state of the art equipment has been installed to increase capacity for all product lines.
“Tosca has the largest service center network amongst RPC providers,” says Eric Watley, Newnan Service Center Manager, “and this allows us to deliver exceptional service to our customers. We built our network to be closely aligned to suppliers and retail distribution centers because we know it creates more efficient supply chains.”
“The evaluation of our current and potential network infrastructure is a critical function and one that is ongoing,” says Mike Wasson, Tosca’s Chief Operations Officer. “To continue reducing transportation costs and servicing our customers, we want to ensure we provide the best network the industry can offer.”
Tosca’s network also includes facilities in Salinas and San Bernardino, CA; Denver, CO; Chicago, IL; Charlotte, NC; Sharonville, OH; Omaha, NE; Hazleton, PA; Memphis, TN; Garland, TX; Salt Lake City, UT; Lakewood, WA; and Green Bay, WI.
Tosca is a leading provider of reusable packaging and supply chain solutions across a diverse range of markets including eggs, case-ready meat, poultry, produce, and cheese. Our proven RPC system is a smarter way to move fresh product safely from source to shelf, substantially reducing shrink and labor cost, maintaining product quality, and optimizing overall supply chain efficiency for retailers, growers, and suppliers.
For more information about Tosca, visit their home page here.