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Choice Logistics Expands Solution Footprint with SDA Repair; Solution Enhances Company's Reverse Logistics Solution and Overall Offering.

ATLANTA -- Choice Logistics, the global leader in mission-critical service logistics and supply chain solutions, today announced that the company is expanding its operations at its Atlanta distribution center by partnering with Systems Design Advantage (SDA) to offer a wider variety of services, including level 1 screen testing, component repair and full product refurbishments - on IT-related hardware. Companies like net.com are already taking advantage of this end-to-end solution.

"This latest expansion by Choice Logistics is a perfect compliment to the existing suite of solutions currently enjoyed by net.com," said Wayne Kwiatkowski, logistics manager of Global Services for net.com. "Integrating repair and logistics provides true cost savings that our company can capitalize on."

Choice's new offering will provide the same award-winning service its clients are accustomed to today.

"By extending our services to include part repairs, our customers have the opportunity to gain even more efficiencies, leading to a significant impact on both revenue and profit," says Michael Katz, CEO for Choice Logistics.

"Choice has an excellent understanding of the correlation between service parts utilization and overall business performance," said Jim Sahli, president of SDA. "By integrating additional services to its robust logistics offering, Choice gives companies the opportunity to further capitalize on their supply chain investments."

With integrated processes and systems that provide a complete view of the logistics and repair operations, clients will further reduce transportation and transactional costs.

The solution combines the company's extensive service parts capabilities and solutions with proven repair offerings from SDA. SDA and Choice also partner to deliver robust Inventory Asset Management (IAM) solutions that several joint clients are utilizing today.

About Choice Logistics

With over 280 strategic stocking locations (SSLs) around the world and 24x7x365 logistics services for direct management of mission-critical inventory assets, Choice Logistics is a preferred global provider of outsourced logistics and integrated inventory management solutions. Leading companies including Avaya, Cisco, EMC, Equant, Hitachi Data Systems, and others have selected Choice for their third party logistics needs. To learn more about Choice Logistics, visit www.choicelogistics.com; call (800) 593-2108, or e-mail info@choicelogistics.com.
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