Wolf Home Products Unveils Warehouse to Serve the Midwest
August 11, 2023
Wolf Home Products, an innovator and leader in the building products industry, has announced the start of operations for its new, state-of-the-art, 1 million+-sq.-ft. warehouse in Wilmington, Illinois, that is designed to create efficiencies and better serve customers across the Midwest.
The warehouse, located at 30350 S. Graaskamp Blvd., is a landmark facility, establishing a commitment to bring Wolf’s value-added service model to the Midwest. This facility will support Wolf’s national growth strategies while serving the Midwest region including Western Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
“This is a milestone day for us – we couldn’t be more excited about the opening of this facility, and the increased efficiencies it creates to allow us to better service our customers,” said Craig Danielson, CEO of Wolf Home Products. “With multiple capabilities and offerings under one roof, this expansive warehouse signifies our commitment of delivering high-quality building products and fostering business growth for our customers and suppliers in the Midwestern market.”
As Wolf’s largest building products distribution center in the country, this warehouse will store a full breadth of Wolf branded products including both building products and kitchen and bath products. In addition to expansive product storage and logistics and deliveries, there will be access to an employee and product training center, showroom vignettes and office spaces.
Between the sheer storage capacity and education capabilities this space provides, Wolf will be better positioned to not only support and train industry professionals, but to continue delivering high-quality products efficiently.
While operations have officially begun, there are plans to have the warehouse fully operational by Jan. 1, 2024.
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