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ABC/LDC Warehouse Receiving Policies and Procedures

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Gordon “Gordy” Hartunian established ABC Warehouse in 1963 with just one location in Center Line, Michigan. The ABC Warehouse is a family-run business, and Gordy personally believed that customers were more interested in value and service than in retail frills. The phrase “The Closest Thing to Wholesale”®, which is still used today as a rallying cry, eventually captured this sales attitude. Since its inception and for many years, ABC Warehouse has grown steadily, gaining a lot of fascinating new product categories along the way.

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With more than 1,000 employees spread across 42 sites in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana, ABC Warehouse has expanded from its modest origins to become one of the largest and most profitable appliance, TV, electronics, mattress, and furniture merchants in the Midwest. Despite having a larger physical area, ABC Warehouse maintains the same kind of family-owned, collaborative environment as it did when it first started more than 50 years ago. ABC Warehouse is still steadfastly committed to offering clients competitive pricing, premium name-brands, a wide assortment, and top-notch service.

Madison, Mississippi 39110; 1286 Gluckstadt Road; The ABC/LDC Warehouse

Deliveries from the LDC Warehouse require an appointment. Alternatively, dial 601-856-1386.

Vendors must provide a Bill of Lading or Packing List, which must include the control state number, the name and description of the goods, and the quantity of the product being delivered to the LDC Warehouse, to the LDC Warehouse staff at the time of delivery.

Cases sent into the LDC Warehouse must have control state code labels and SCC barcodes attached by vendors. The maximum case size should not be more than 18″ broad by 20″ tall by 24″ long. More details about case code labels.

Shipments that are delivered without the appropriate documentation or with incorrect case labelling may be refused by the LDC warehouse.

Vendors may ship samples into the LDC warehouse as long as the term “sample” is clearly marked on each bottle and on the outside of the sample case. The bill of lading should also include a remark about samples. More details about samples.

50ml bottles can be sent by vendors to the LDC warehouse to be used as neck hangers. The word “sample” must be clearly visible on the outside of cases containing 50ml neck hangers as well as on the bill of lading. 50ml bottles can be sent by vendors to the LDC warehouse to be used as neck hangers. The word “sample” must be clearly visible on the outside of cases containing 50ml neck hangers as well as on the bill of lading. ​

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