Rose Pallet Opens New Office in Wisconsin

It’s no secret that pallets have soared in demand over the past couple years. Along with it, there have been many challenges, but there have also been abundant opportunities. In that spirit, we are proud to announce a new venture for our company…

The management team at Rose Pallet is excited to announce the opening of our new office in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, a suburb of Milwaukee. The new facility will serve our growing customer base across state lines. Located just 90 miles north of our Illinois headquarters, Oak Creek was selected in part for its proximity to our lumber partners.

“Our new office in Oak Creek will help us overcome interstate shipping challenges and increase our capabilities to procure new pallets,” said Guy Gruenberg, President. “Furthermore, this asset, along with our existing infrastructure, will enable us to offer enhanced sales and operations support to all of our customers throughout the Midwest.”

Indeed, opening a new office marks an exciting time of growth for our company. We have a strong presence and long-standing relationships in Wisconsin. Establishing roots in this thriving market will make us even more efficient to benefit both new and existing customers.

The new facility also provides much-needed space for our staff, along with room for growth. As the demand for new pallets continues to surge, we continue to look at hiring new talent for our Wisconsin-based team as well as evaluating additional opportunities in the region as part of our long-term expansion strategy.

For more information, please contact us or call 708-333-3000. We look forward to serving you!

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