VANCOUVER, British Columbia (BRAIN)—Rocky Mountain Bicycles has moved its distribution center from Carson, California, to Salt Lake City, Utah.
Rocky Mountain had opened the Carson facility in late 2010. This move to Salt Lake will serve to cut freight costs and delivery times to dealers across the country.
"The ability to fulfill orders faster means a lot to our dealers," said Rocky Mountain's Peter Vallance. "The sooner we can get the bikes into shops, the sooner they can sell. With our new product introductions last year and this year, we’ve seen a huge increase in interest from U.S. dealers, and our move to Salt Lake is a preemptive move to ensure our current and new dealers are served better than ever."
Rocky Mountain will begin to ship the 2012 bike line in October 2011 to its U.S. dealers from this new distribution center in Salt Lake.
All customer service for the U.S. market will continue from Rocky Mountain’s Vancouver office.