P.B.E Jobbers Warehouse

P.B.E Jobbers Warehouse Opens in Dallas

Jobber's 27,000-square-foot Dallas facility, its sixth location, is just another step in its aggressive growth plan.

pbejobbersP.B.E. Jobbers Warehouse, Inc., announced it has recently grown to six locations, with the newest located in Dallas. The official grand opening of the Dallas location is July 6th.

“P.B.E.’s success can be attributed to the philosophy of providing legendary customer service and inventory that matches the customers’ needs,” said Paul Monroe, president. “P.B.E.’s Customer Service Department sets us apart by putting our time-tested specific product knowledge to work for you and your customers every day. Our experience and industry insight mean quicker turnaround times for a product mix that best serves our customers.”

The 27,000-square-foot Dallas facility is just another step in P.B.E.’s aggressive growth plan.

“I believe this will position the company well for expanding our footprint in the collision repair industry,” said Dave Birk, CEO. “Our goal is to find solutions to make business more efficient and to streamline operations. We’ve always striven to provide the best service at the best price and that will continue to be a part of our growth plan.”

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