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Monday 11th July 2016

Coming soon Gander & White new Los Angeles Office/Warehouse!!

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Bespoke construction completed in 2016 to our exacting industry requirements.
30,000 square feet fully secured facility offering 27,000 square feet of mixed state-of-the-art climatic and ambient storage; 26’ ceiling heights; crating & packing; climatic viewing gallery; 5 exterior truck-height loading docks; one drive-in loading dock; private and secured parking lot with ample tractor-trailer and container access…
Conveniently located near the 710 and I-5 freeways offering rapid transit to the following locations:
-LAX (18 miles distance)
-Port of Los Angeles (22 miles distance)
-Los Angeles Arts District (6 miles distance)
-Downtown Los Angeles (7 miles distance)
-Culver City Gallery District (13 miles distance)
-LACMA/Museum District (12 miles distance)
– Weekly Fine Art shuttle service offered between Los Angeles and San Francisco –

Gander & White Los Angeles looks forward to becoming your full-services Fine Art & Design logistics provider in Southern California.

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