LGMG has restructured its North American operations and plans to relocate its corporate headquarters to Dallas later this year. Following a disappointing ruling from the Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission, resulting in significant tariffs imposed on Chinese manufacturers, LGMG North America has been executing its restructuring strategy, focusing on strengthening aftermarket product support, and expanding operations across Canada to capitalize on new business opportunities.
Eric Liner, president and CEO, LGMG North America, has maintained focus on executing a restructuring plan to position the company for sustained, long-term growth within the North American market, which includes the corporate move to Dallas. Also, the company has been consolidating warehouse operations to eliminate unnecessary overhead and will be relocating its parts and service support operations to the new corporate headquarters.
“Centralizing and combining our aftermarket operations strengthens our customer support and makes good business sense,” Liner said.
LGMG recently opened two new Canadian warehouse operations, one in Vancouver, British Columbia, and the other, in partner with its distribution partner Cisolift, near Montreal in St-Germain-de-Grantham, Quebec. Both operations provide direct access to the largest markets in Canada and position the company to effectively support its Canadian customers.
“We have aligned ourselves with a great partner in Eastern Canada, Cisolift, who has a wealth of experience in the access equipment industry, and strong relationships throughout the region,” said Liner. “And we are excited for the opportunity to build a similar distribution network in the West with our new Vancouver warehouse,” said Liner.