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Ambros opens new 60,000-square foot facility in Harmon

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - Celebrating their 65th anniversary this year tonight marks a momentous event for Ambros as they are opening their doors to their new facility. According to CEO Frank Shimizu, Sr. this is the fifth time their company has moved to accommodate their growing business.

"As we keep adding more products that may not be related to beverages we needed more space we were forced to operate out of two locations and that's very challenging and difficult," he explained.

With the new facility being 60,000 square feet Ambros is now able to house all their products under one roof, from wine and spirits to paper products and diapers, the facility boasts a large warehouse and executive offices with the total cost for the facility at $8 million. 
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