Atomic Expands in Florida

By on January 18, 2015
ATOMIC EXPANDS in FLORIDA

Lititz-based Atomic Design has opened a Miami-area warehouse to serve south Florida and southeastern U.S. The new facility, located in Fort Lauderdale,

Atomic, which has clients such as The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Walt Disney Studios, Facebook, Microsoft, and T-Mobile, has ramped up its capabilities it the distribution area. It reported the Rental Solutions department experienced an incredible year in 2014 with “the newly patented SuperLever modular product line and the game-changing, ground-supported SuperWall system launch.”

“We are over-the-moon excited about putting down roots in Florida. We’ve felt the demand and opportunity for growth in the South and 2015 will be the year of establishing a stronger presence there,” said Rob Barber, vice president of Atomic Rental Solutions.

Atomic knew it was time to set up shop in Florida to expand the Rental Solutions capability, so they are slapping on the sunscreen and heading to the Sunshine State.

Pictured, from left to right, are Nick Freed, Gary Mass and Noel Duncan, who are running the facility. 

Pictured, from left to right, are Nick Freed, Gary Mass and Noel Duncan, who are running the facility.

Pictured, from left to right, are Nick Freed, Gary Mass and Noel Duncan, who are running the facility.

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