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Pryme Expands Operations to Better Serve Customers Across America

September 08, 2017  | 

Indianapolis will now be home to Pryme's newest distribution center facility, whose primary purpose is to cut delivery times in half and provide two- and even one-day delivery to over 30 states throughout the central U.S. and east coast.

Dave George, President and Chief Engineer at Pryme Radio Products, said, "We are very excited about the direction the communications industry is going and are working to ensure we have the infrastructure to continue staying ahead of the curve."

At the same time, Pryme opened an additional sales office in Las Vegas to better support all customers, which will be headed up by Regional Sales Manager Dinah Hanson. Moreover, Pryme announced the addition of a second regional sales manager, John Mendoza, who will manage the Midwest territory from another new location in Phoenix. Mendoza has an extensive background in the LMR field, which complements the long history of wireless and cellular experience Hanson brings to the table. Meanwhile, Lee Cohen will remain at Pryme's Brea, CA, corporate headquarters and continue to lend his 14 plus years of product expertise to all sales managers and customers.

The goal of Pryme's expansion efforts is to continue providing excellent customer service to back up its leading-edge product technologies, no matter which direction communications goes.

For more information, visit www.Pryme.com.

 

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