Chemical Distributors, Incorporated (Buffalo)

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Chemical Distributors, Inc. (CDI) was established in 1953. Currently CDI operates from an 82,000 square foot facility located in Buffalo, NY. In June of 2014 we broke ground on an additional 18,000 square foot warehouse. We deliver chemicals to the entire North East marketplace, and parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Illinois and select other markets. Our equipment division ships worldwide.

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