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Monoprice, a leading internet retailer of electronics, opens distribution center in Hebron

Monoprice, the leading provider of high-quality and affordably priced consumer electronics and accessories, today announced the opening of a 103,000-square-foot warehouse in Hebron.

According to Marketwatch, the facility will serve as a major distribution center for shipping electronics to consumers in the Midwest, Northeast and Southeast, and will create 20 full-time jobs. Monoprice currently has a warehouse serving the West and Southwest markets in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., the company’s headquarters.

Bernard Luthi

Bernard Luthi

“We believe a strong e-commerce and customer service model must be supported by an exceptional distribution strategy,” said Bernard Luthi, president of Monoprice.

“With the new Kentucky warehouse, we’ll be able to process and ship orders faster and more efficiently to customers residing throughout the Midwest and the entire East. It’s our philosophy to constantly innovate and challenge our competitors by delivering premium, affordable electronics products to consumers. In addition to expanding into new product categories and upgrading our e-commerce site for a more simplified search function and checkout process, this new distribution center is another testament to taking our customer shopping experience to the level customers deserve and expect.”

The new warehouse will house over 1,400 of the most in-demand products sold on Monoprice.com. Currently, the company offers high quality consumer electronics and tech accessories, including thousands of electronic cables, AV, pro audio and home theater equipment, networking and IT gear, mobile solutions, PC peripherals and other tech gear, at prices much lower than those of its competitors. The e-tailer collaborates with leading manufacturing facilities to develop quality products, and offers them direct to consumers through a best-in-class customer experience with exceptionally low prices that eliminate wholesale and retail markups often seen from major brand competitors.

As part of the newest expansion, Monoprice hosted a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony with the Boone County Judge-Executive, Gary W. Moore; Congressman Massie’s Field Director Bob Porter; the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President Trey Grayson; and Northern Kentucky Tri-Ed Vice President Wade Williams.

Monoprice made a $5,000 donation to Northern Kentucky MakerSpace and provided a tour of the new 103,000-square-foot facility.

For more information on Monoprice visit Monoprice.com.

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