HD Supply Power Solutions Opens New Facility in Alaska

ATLANTA - July 23, 2014 - HD Supply Power Solutions, a leading provider of an extensive and dynamic portfolio of products, services and solutions for public power, investor-owned utilities, construction and industrial customers, today announced it has opened a new 14,000 square-foot facility located at 6050 Tuttle Place in Anchorage, AK. The new facility extends the presence of HD Supply Power Solutions in key geographic regions and enhances its service offerings.

"HD Supply Power Solutions has invested in hiring outstanding local people and in building a great new facility in order to exceed the product and services expectations of our Anchorage area customers," said Steve Margolius, President and CEO, HD Supply Power Solutions. "At HD Supply Power Solutions, we are driven by our commitment to customer success, which means providing our customers with the very best service, supply chain solutions, innovative products and value."

The new location will primarily serve HD Supply Power Solution's public power customers. It carries a broad range of products, backed by a team of service professionals experienced in the utilities and construction industries.

In addition, as part of HD Supply's growth strategy, HD Supply Power Solutions recently expanded its footprint in Kansas City, Kansas.

About HD Supply Power Solutions
HD Supply Power Solutions (www.hdsupplypowersolutions.com) offers the industry's most extensive portfolio of products, services and solutions for the Public Power, Investor-owned Utilities, Construction and Industrial markets. It is a business of HD Supply (www.hdsupply.com), a leading industrial distribution company, providing a broad range of products and services to professional customers in the infrastructure & energy, maintenance, repair & improvement and specialty construction markets.

Media Contact:
Quiana Pinckney
HD Supply Public Relations
Phone: 770.852.9057
[email protected]

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