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BB Industries Opens Utah Fulfillment Center

Posted on 17 March 2021 by cradmin

BB Industries announced it is opening a large fulfillment center in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 5 to better serve the 13 Western States with guaranteed delivery in two days or less.

“As we grow, so do our customer partners’ benefits,” said BB Industries CEO Rick Stimac. “We are using the resources from our unprecedented 2020 growth to expand our fulfillment services to ensure customer delight. This investment also shows our commitment to the stone industry and to our vendors and customers, and the fact that we want to provide the highest levels of service in all areas.”

The Utah facility is a full service operation. In addition, the company has several smaller satellite locations around the country.

“Some of the big delivery services are experiencing delays of up to six days with the increased demand for direct shipping, and BBI wants to ensure that delivery expectations are being met, regardless of the current environment,” added Stimac. “So we consulted with FedEx and UPS and the consensus was that a Salt Lake location will provide the level of service that BBI customers expect, with closer proximity to many of our Western customers. We have also expanded our outside sales team to 20, including several in the West Coast region, over the past few months.”

BBI strives to constantly improve its efficiency, as well as its clients’, by doing things like minimizing the amount of boxes shipped in each order and marking packages with red tape for easy recognition. The company said it has created a one-stop-shop for all things stone fabricating, from diamond tooling and adhesives, to machines.

According to Stimac, with two large fulfillment centers, the company can ship anything from its 11,000 SKUs to customers in two days and BBI customers can be confident the the company is committed to accuracy. The company also offers a 30-day, no questions asked guarantee.

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Ben Donley BB Industries

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BB Industries Welcomes New Sales Consultant

Posted on 05 October 2020 by cradmin3

BB Industries has hired stone industry veteran Ben Donley to be its Ohio sales consultant. Based in Cincinnati, Donley has more than 15 years of fabrication experience, from templating to running a shop. Most recently, he was shop foreman at GQW in Kentucky. He will cover Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Columbus for BB Industries. 

“We are very excited about all the stone fabrication knowledge that Ben brings to the BB Industries family, and look forward to expanding another territory,” said Jeff Dykstra, VP of Sales & Marketing. 

Donley started his career polishing backsplash and worked his way up lead installer, templater, shop fabricator, and then managing shops– basically every job in a stone shop. His experience also includes CNC and CNC software training. He even had his own stone restoration and repair business. 

“BB Industries is what I have been looking for,” said Donley. “I have the opportunity to work for a highly-regarded tooling company, and use my stone knowledge to solve problems I have experience myself. I understand what our fabrication customers are going through, and I want to provide solutions. It is a huge benefit that the BB Industries sales team works together to share experience for the benefit of our customers. What a great environment!” 

“BB Industries has been expanding our outside and inside sales since March and Ben will reach the next territory in our plan,” said Rick Stimac, BB Industries CEO. “His successful hands-on fabrication experience will be another great resource for our valued customer partners in the Ohio area.” 

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