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Image Microsystems expands.

Image Microsystems (IMI) of Austin, Texas, has announced the opening of its newest location in Nashville. The addition of the Nashville site to IMI's current facilities in Los Angles and Austin minimizes shipping costs and speeds up service for customers in the eastern U.S.

Danny Dalton is operations manger for the Nashville facility and has more than 15 years of management experience in logistics, materials management, distribution and operations. Dalton has managed relationships with HP, Motorola, Sony, Casio and Dell in his management roles at Solectron and Ryder Logisitics. He has recently completed a MBA certificate program from Tulane University, New Orleans.

"One of the major priorities for Image Microsystems is customer service, and having the Nashville facility under Danny's leadership will provide better service and lower logistics costs for deliveries and pick-ups from the eastern U.S.," Rocky Bullock, president of IMI says.

IMI is a reverse logistics, recycling and remarketing company specializing in processing electronic technology equipment.
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Title Annotation:Electronics Recycling
Publication:Recycling Today
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 1, 2004
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