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Oscar Newman Expands
Posted: Monday, July 19, 2010, 7:08 p.m., EDT

Pet apparel and accessories manufacturer Oscar Newman LLC moved to a new office warehouse space in July in order to expand their operations. The new space has a loading dock, which was a top priority for the company in looking for a new space.

“With the CocoTherapy shipments,” said co-founder Charisa Antigua said, referring to the company’s line of organic coconut oil products, “larger trucks and heavier pallets were becoming the norm.”

The new office will also have a design studio and a photography studio. The move is a harbinger of future growth, Antigua said.

“We hope that this is a sign of an improving and stabilizing economy,” Antigua said. “We’ve always believed that the pet industry was somewhat recession-resistant and this is proof-positive that the pet industry is remaining strong.” <HOME>

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