The Distribution Network
The McInnis distribution network begins with the customer in mind evidenced by design elements. Reliability of supply with convenient pick-up locations and customer-friendly delivery options is critical to any supply chain.
Supply safeguards begin at the plant where 120,000 mt of finished product storage capacity resides. Vessels ranging from 5,000 mt to 35,000 mt transport cement from the plant to main distribution hubs along the coast. Those hubs, with storage capacities of up to 40,000 mt will provide ample supply to local metropolitan markets. A series of rail-served, satellite terminals provide efficient pick-up access for inland customers.
McInnis has developed its terminal network to serve markets in the northeastern part of North America.
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