Gray Tools Adds New Minnesota Warehouse

Gray Tools Adds New Minnesota Warehouse

The new location will help expedite delivery across the U.S. with faster routes and same-day shipping capabilities.

Gray Tools is improving its U.S. distribution by adding warehouse space in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota – a suburb of Minneapolis. The company says this strategic location will carry a large inventory from Gray Tools and its Dynamic line, as well as a selection of Grip-on brand. Products. The new location will help expedite delivery to customers across the U.S. with faster routes and same-day shipping capabilities.

The new warehouse currently stocks more than 800 products from the Gray, Dynamic and Grip-on lines of industrial-quality hand tools, tool storage and other related items. It is integrated with leading fulfillment and EDI solutions platforms, as used by the nation’s largest retailers, distributors and wholesalers, the company adds. Using this highly technological system, Gray updates its inventory weekly to help meet growing demand and adjust to customer needs. 

“We are strong believers in the importance of customer service and fast tool delivery to busy professionals,” said Dragos Baicoianu, marketing manager, Brand and Digital. “Gray Tools is going all-in when it comes to servicing our U.S. customers, and the addition of the Minnesota warehouse is just one of the steps we’re taking to continue the tremendous growth already experienced in this market.”

The new warehouse will ship products sold through Gray’s U.S. online store at, as well as the company’s and storefronts, and all other U.S. outlets that sell products from Gray and Dynamic. Orders received by 3 p.m. Central time zone will be shipped the same day, allowing customers to receive their products as quickly as possible, says the company.

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