Nelson Global Products Opens New Aftermarket Distribution Center in Baraboo, Wisconsin

New E-Catalogs Available for Easy Reference, Ordering

LAS VEGAS – Jan. 24, 2012 – Nelson Global Products Inc. has begun shipping parts to customers from its new 70,000-square-foot aftermarket distribution center in Baraboo, Wis., centrally located between three of the company’s manufacturing facilities.

The announcement was made here at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week 2012, where Nelson displayed its products and capabilities for commercial vehicle independent warehouse distributors.

“Our customers deserve fast, accurate aftermarket service on Nelson exhaust and fabricated tube assemblies,” said Randy Aylor, General Manager – Aftermarket. “We’ll direct the right resources to restore customer service, value and satisfaction to the exhaust-related aftermarket.”

Nelson currently supplies a variety of distribution channels with the right exhaust aftermarket parts on a timely basis. The company is reviewing its aftermarket distribution network with the number-one goal of making its products easily available to fleet owners of all sizes, according to Aylor.

An active supplier to the on-highway, off-highway and specialty vehicle OE markets and related aftermarkets in the United States, Canada and international locations, Nelson has created a variety of updated parts catalogs, available on the company’s web site,

About Nelson Global Products
Based in Stoughton, Wis., Nelson Global Products designs, manufactures and markets a broad range of highperformance exhaust products and tubing for OEM and aftermarket use for the global on-highway and off-highway markets. These products include mufflers and silencers, exhaust tube assemblies, Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) and Thermal Management Tubing (TMT) for emissions systems, pressurized tube assemblies for air, hydraulic and lubrication and, ultimately, structural assemblies.

The company’s operations include manufacturing operations in Stoughton, Arcadia, Black River Falls and Viroqua, Wis., and in Scoresby, Australia, and Pune, India.