Page 2nd Cover: of Maritime Reporter Magazine (October 15, 1981)
BAILEY'S I EXPANDING
More than 30 years marine experience has taught us an important lesson: when our customer's ship hits port with a problem, we have to be ready "right now."
The best way to provide this service is to have all the necessary material on our shelves, not at some manufac- turer's plant half way across the country. And to make sure that our shelves are where you need them. All of which is why we are expanding our main office and all branch facilities.
In our Brooklyn, New York, main office we have just completed a 10,500 square foot expan- sion and are about to add another 6,000 square feet to the ex- isting 31,000 square feet. We have expand- ed our home office truck fleet as well to more comprehensively service the port of New York.
In our New Orleans office, an additional 12,000 square feet have been added to the existing 27,250 square feet.
And this entire complex is just across the street from the docks. 1
Also, we have just doubled available space in our Miami plant to better serve Florida's booming cruise ship traffic.
And in New Jersey, our existing 25,000 square foot facility can easily be tripled in capacity whenever required.
But it takes much more than floor space to provide
Bailey service. We carry an enormous parts and equip- ment inventory valued at over $2,500,000 to insure that we can deliver exactly what you need exactly when you need it. Plus, Bailey's engineering and technical staff is un- matched in the marine business.
When you need service, you need Bailey. Call us.
Bailey Refrigeration Co., Inc. 74 Sullivan Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231 212/855-3958, CABLE: BAILREFCO
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