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ROCKET Primed for Robust Growth with Opening of New Factory in Midwest

The Ohio facility is ROCKET’s seventh warehouse location, adding to its global roster of facilities.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — ROCKET, a leader in innovative packaging and display for the fine jewelry market, continues its upward trajectory with news of its mid-June opening of a new, highly efficient distribution and warehouse facility in Ohio. The 43,000 square foot warehouse will increase ROCKETS’s ability to service customers, adding the Mid-West component to its established East Coast and West Coast operations.

“Opening a facility in the Mid West is an optimal move for ROCKET,” states Michael Kaplan, president, Rocket, Inc. “Our decision to build the state-of-the-art warehouse in Ohio was largely driven by the fact that a number of our largest U.S. clients in the jewelry industry are located in the Mid-West. The addition of the Ohio facility to our East and West Coast operations gives us a leading edge in servicing clients across the entire country in a highly efficient manner” continued Kaplan.

The Ohio facility, located in Massillon, Ohio, is ROCKET’s seventh warehouse location, adding to its global roster of facilities in New York, California, United Kingdom, China, Vietnam and Canada.

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