Exel readies for holiday demands for liquor
The Ohio-based Exel has built a 240,000-square-foot warehouse in Bow. Workers have been filling the warehouse for weeks, and distributors should be able to order and pick up product as of Monday, the company said.
Exel is taking over liquor warehousing from Law Warehouses, a Nashua-based company that took the state to court when it lost its exclusive contract. In September, the state Supreme Court refused to issue an injunction in the case, although Law continues to fight the matter in Superior Court.
And for the first 11 days, customers will only be able to order liquor or wine by the case. Individual bottle orders won't be available through Nov. 11, according to the Liquor Commission.
His company distributes wine and spirits from the warehouse to supermarkets and restaurants.
Companies who have had the most experience with the warehouse so far are shippers and wholesalers, and they have been filling the warehouse with firstname.lastname@example.org
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