BUSINESS WIRE --JVC Disc America Co., long known as a worldwide leader in optical media replication, has changed its name to JVC America Inc. to reflect its expansion into comprehensive services that include supply chain management; contract packaging; fulfillment; and reverse logistics. The company also is expanding its warehouse capacity by more than 540,000 square feet. JVC America Inc. is a privately held, wholly owned subsidiary of JVC Americas Corp.
“The name change to JVC America Inc. is symbolic of Victor Company's commitment to the business and recognition that it has expanded well beyond optical media replication, which is an important piece of our business that continues to operate and consistently exceed customer expectations,” says JVC America Inc. Chief Operations Officer Ron Vangrov. “But our capabilities have evolved dramatically since we first started doing business in America 21 years ago. This name change reflects a turning point in our company’s history as we deliver broader, more customizable services to a growing variety of customers.”
Further diversifying its capabilities, JVC America Inc. recently acquired additional DVD molding lines, an offset printing system and new automated packaging lines for PlayStation® 3.
JVC America Inc. will occupy the entire space at New Manchester Distribution Center, located two miles south of Interstate 20 on Camp Creek Parkway in Atlanta, for the creation and distribution of media products for a leading international publisher of interactive entertainment software products and creator of best-selling gaming products.
“As a company, we are extremely committed to quality for our customers, and this is an example of our dedication to filling a customer’s specific need,” Vangrov says. “The name change and capacity expansion both mark a pivotal point for JVC America Inc. to continue building its legacy of expectation-exceeding customer service.”
New Manchester Distribution Center is a freestanding distribution facility with easy access to both Interstate 20 and Interstate 285. Building features include an energy-efficient, T-8 lighting system, which helps to greatly reduce operating costs and energy expenditure. The lease agreement was made through ProLogis, the world’s largest owner, manager and developer of distribution facilities, with operations in 121 markets across North America, Europe and Asia.
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