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Sustainable textile company Pure Fiber reveals expansion plan
Feb '09
Pure Fiber International reveals their market expansion plan for Canada as well as the opening of its Canada distribution center in Vancouver, British Columbia.

The new center will allow for next day air service to all locations of Canada as well as next day ground delivery services to part of Vancouver, Canada. Pure Fiber International, a growing manufacturer of sustainable home textile goods is opening its 2nd distribution center in Vancouver, British Columbia. They announced that it will celebrate its opening of its Vancouver warehouse and will begin shipping on February 10th, 2009.

"At Pure Fiber, our philosophy is to create value added products and services for our customers while continuing our effort to reduce carbon footprints. With this new distribution center we will not only significantly reduce transit time, freight cost but also utilization of natural resources and negative environmental impact." Said Nina Luu, President of Pure Fiber International.

The new distribution center is designed to make it easier for specialty stores and eco-markets to purchase Pure Fiber bamboo towels, bathrobes, and bedding at wholesale prices with minimal shipping fees, allowing stores to stay competitive in this economy. In addition, Pure Fiber will also offer drop shipping services across Canada.

"It has been in our plans for a long time to open a distribution center in British Columbia. With our steady growth, we felt it was now the time to act on the opportunity," said Rick Chien head of Oversea Development. "We had a couple of places in mind, but we felt British Columbia was the perfect place to serve our Canadian clients." "We are looking forward to servicing our Canadian customers with next-day service through our extensive line of bamboo and organic cotton products that we have to offer."

Pure Fiber International is a company committed to manufacturing and producing sustainable home products for customers with only the most exceptional quality bamboo fiber. Their commitment begins with selecting the finest materials, the most skilled craftsmanship, and the highest quality control and safety standards.

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