Press release: Hagen Group
Hagen Group, a global leader in pet product manufacturing and distribution, recently announced the opening of its newest distribution center in the United States, at 6170 Howdy Wells Avenue in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Located in the north of the city, the 200,000-square-foot space features high efficiency LED lighting and HVLS fans and provides access to over 4,000 items. It is ideally located to provide integrated distribution services through innovative supply chain solutions for Hagen Group’s customers in the western United States. This new location complements their eastern facility located in Mansfield, Massachusetts, which has been in operation since 2002.
The Vegas facility is a joint venture partnership with Mikhaiel Logistics and will be the third Hagen facility operated by them. The relationship with Hagen started in 2007 and continues to grow with the unveiling of this new state-of-the-art distribution center. “This great facility is the result of the collaboration between Hagen Group, Mikhaiel Logistics, Prologis, the State of Nevada and the staff of North Las Vegas,” stated Trevor Bowie, Hagen Group’s chief operating officer. “We are really excited about this new venture which will enhance our distribution capacity and enable us to service our clients more efficiently throughout the western United States.”
In conjunction with the opening of its new facility, Mikhaiel Logistics has launched a campaign to recruit new employees to support its growing operations in the region. With a mission to provide integrated services and effective solutions to their clients, working in a spirit of partnership and always striving for excellence, Mikhaiel Logistics is an exceptional employer with values based on respect, excellence and integrity.
“Having a presence in North Las Vegas and more specifically the United States, gives Mikhaiel Logistics the ability to fully service our customers throughout North America,” stated Rob Seymour, vice president of Mikhaiel Logistics. “We truly believe that this move will push us further ahead in the Logistics and Transportation Industry.”