Car-O-Liner Distributor Metropolitan Car-O-Liner Expands Territory

Car-O-Liner Distributor Metropolitan Car-O-Liner Expands Territory

The first-ever U.S. distributor of Car-O-Liner has now acquired the state of Delaware and the remaining part of Maryland on the Delmarva Peninsula.

Car-O-Liner announced that Metropolitan Car-O-Liner, the first-ever U.S. distributor of Car-O-Liner products, is expanding its territory.

Metropolitan’s current service area includes shops throughout New Jersey, Connecticut, eastern Pennsylvania and eastern New York. They have now acquired the state of Delaware and the remaining part of Maryland on the Delmarva Peninsula.

“The expansion of our territory is a great opportunity to increase our service and support to shops in these new areas,” said Dave Demarest, Jr., president of Metropolitan Car-O-Liner. “Our skilled sales and service staff welcomes the opportunity to share our knowledge with a new group of customers and provide them with world-class support.”

Metropolitan Car-O-Liner recently relocated to an expanded office and training center in Mahwah, N.J., and also celebrated its 37th year selling Car-O-Liner products. For more information on Metropolitan Car-O-Liner, visit www.metrocol.com.

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