Brennan Expands Inventory Capabilities in Canada

By Eric Haun
Tuesday, June 03, 2014

New facility and positive customer response spur inventory growth in hydraulic and instrumentation product lines.

Brennan Industries, Inc., an international supplier of hydraulic fittings and adapters, announced it is more than doubling its inventory in Canada at its distribution facility, located in Mississauga, Ontario.

“We’re in the process of bulking up our product inventory in Mississauga,” said Bill Jarrell, vice president of marketing and operations at Brennan Industries. “We’ve increased our stock in order to meet our growing Canadian customers’ needs.”

Brennan is primarily increasing its inventory of hydraulic and instrumentation product lines. The hydraulic line includes tube fittings, adapters, flanges and clamps. The instrumentation line includes valves and tube fittings.

Brennan opened its Canadian distribution center in 2009 to provide customers in Canada with time and cost savings since shipments would no longer need time to clear customs or be subject to customhouse brokerage fees. The distribution center was moved to its new Ontario location in early 2013.

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