KR Multicase US factory opening

By tgn_admin
In Accessories
May 13th, 2011
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KR Multicase will now be producing cases and case accessories in the US.

From their announcement:

We are pleased to be able to confirm that the KR facility in the US will open for business in late May 2011.
 
KR USA will offer the same products and service that our customers are used to from the UK facilities, but the time taken for delivery will be much shorter as the orders will not need to be shipped over the Atlantic.  In addition gamers will benefit from a reduction in the US$ pricing across the KR product range.
 
KR USA will be offer the same product range of the KR card cases, the Kaiser system, aluminium cases, the Aquilla and the accessories too.

For retailers there will be a significant reduction in restock time as we will be able to support our US distributor (Warpath Games) with a shorter lead time on manufacture and delivery of products, and in turn they will be able to support the US retailers of the KR product range with a faster delivery time too.  The KR website will be updated shortly with the new retailers of KR products, and if you are interested in stocking KR then contact us via the website or direct to Warpath Games..
 
The range of cases and trays available from KR will increase over the next few months with new product releases, and they will be available from both the UK and the US factories.
 
For the first time too, KR will be at GENCON on the 4th-7th August in Indianapolis with our full range of cases, trays and accessories.  Be sure to come and visit our stand, we will have some unbeatable deals available on our cases.  More Gencon news will follow later.
 
KR Multicase – the complete storage and transport system – soft foam for figures, hard cases for soft foam.
 
Remember that you can keep up to date with KR products and news easily on Facebook.  Become a fan of the KR Multicase page.

  • Good to hear! I just bought a piece of foam from KR, and I’m pretty impressed by it. Anything that’ll make KR easier to get in North America is a good thing.