Emser Tile expands Midwest, East Coast operations

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Los Angeles — Emser Tile is opening two new sales and service branch locations in Baltimore and Indianapolis. 

The two new branches will expand Emser Tile’s sales and service locations in the Midwest and on the East Coast and will increase the number of Emser Tile’s locations to 58.

“We are excited to announce the opening of Baltimore and Indianapolis locations.  These locations will enhance our national coverage and will be strategic locations for Emser to service our existing customers and build new relationships,” said Bob Baldocchi, director of marketing, Emser Tile.  “Our expansion further demonstrates Emser Tile’s commitment to servicing our clients and building the Company’s local presence.”

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