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BCW Member Robison Moves to Port Chester

To accommodate growth and enhance customer service, Robison has moved to a new location in Port Chester after operating for nearly 30 years out of Elmsford and Mount Vernon.

Robison’s corporate headquarters, including its call center, will occupy a premier location in renovated offices on the 4th floor of One Gateway Plaza in the heart of Port Chester. In addition, they are consolidating their operations (including warehouse, fleet, dispatch and service technicians) to nearby 45 Ryan Avenue in Port Chester, near the waterfront.

“We’re excited about this move. It was not an easy decision and took many hours of planning and coordination,’’ said Robison President Dan Singer. “The Port Chester town officials and the landlord, Port Chester Gateway LLC have been welcoming and accommodating. This move will usher Robison to new efficiencies in providing service for our nearly 40,000 customers with the quality they have come to know and trust.”

Marsha Gordon, President and CEO of The Business Council of Westchester, congratulated Robison on the move. “This is the start of an exciting chapter in Robison’s nearly 100-year history. It will allow them to accommodate new growth, while continuing to provide excellent service to its customers.”

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