SunLogix gets more storage space for solar equipment


SunLogix has acquired 500.000 square feet of warehousing space in Danville, VA.

The warehouse will provide additional space on the East Coast for long-term storage and short term space for solar power equipment.

Director of business development at SunLogix, David DesVerney said: “This warehouse will provide the solar energy industry with important access to long-term and short-term storage space.”

The warehouse will provide valuable storage space for renewable energy providers and contractors.

The warehouse is located in southern Virginia and offers eight dock doors. It is capable of accommodating 20 truckloads per day.

Nedim Husomanovic

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