Dear Valued Customer: Flomatic will implement our new 2021 pricing effective on January 11, 2021. We continue to develop new American-made and innovative product solutions for our customers.
Dear Business Partner,
We would like to make you aware of our upcoming holiday and year end audit schedule.
Roth North America warehouses and offices will be closed on:
Friday, December 25th , 2020
Friday, January 1st , 2021
LAST DAY TO GET ORDERS IN FOR 2020 SHIPPING – MONDAY DECEMBER 14TH
Due to our annual inventory count and audit, please note that the last day to place orders and have them ship out by the end of December will be Monday, December 14th by 5pm EST. Sales orders received after this date may not ship until after January 6th.
Our administrative offices, including sales, technical and customer service, willbe open8am – 5pm EST during year end audit and inventory.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact your sales manager or manufacturer rep.
Happy Holidays and thank you for your business!
-The Roth Team
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