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Maxiforce Unveils New Distribution Center

Maxiforce, celebrating 20 years as a brand leader in replacement diesel engine parts, has announced the opening of a new distribution center in Indianapolis. The new shipping location will allow Maxiforce to reach its customers in the United States in one or two days.

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Maxiforce, celebrating 20 years as a brand leader in replacement diesel engine parts, has announced the opening of a new distribution center in Indianapolis. The new shipping location will allow Maxiforce to reach its customers in the United States in one or two days.

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The new center will be led by Daniel Shaffer, a graduate of the University of Northwest Ohio’s Diesel College and up-and-coming executive who worked for eight years with Howard Enterprises. Shaffer started as an order picker and quickly rose through the ranks across various divisions, including Inside Sales, Sales Manager and eventually as the company’s youngest Head of Purchasing. Maxiforce now covers the US market in 48 hours or less with locations in Doral, FL, Santa Fe Springs, CA and now Indianapolis.

“We’re thrilled to open this new location,” said Paul Kelly, Vice President. “This will allow us to better serve our existing customers in the Midwest and Northeast, while helping grow our brand presence across the country. With the addition of Daniel Shaffer, we’re poised for continued growth and enhanced customer satisfaction.”

“I am very excited to be working with a family owned and operated business with a core focus on customers and new developments,” said Daniel.

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