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CTSI opens new facility in Tiyan

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - CTSI Logistics is celebrating its 20th anniversary on island with a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new facility along the Airport Industrial Park in Tiyan. General Manager Danilo Lim told KUAM News, "This is actually 38,000-square feet, which is the size of this facility as far as square footage. We have a lot of features in this facility like temperature controlled rooms, a chiller room that we will be offering to our growing clients."

In 2005, CTSI unveiled the first fully-concrete distribution center on island. in the meantime, Lim says he remains hopeful that the creation of the bigger facility in Tiyan will provide more opportunities.

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