KY: Dollar General Opens 2nd Distro Center in Kentucky, Creating 300 Jobs
23 Jul, 2021
Dollar General has invested approximately $65 million in its new distribution center in Walton, Ky. It's the second supply chain facility in Kentucky and is expected to create 300 new distribution and private fleet career opportunities. At full capacity, the distribution center will support more than 800 Dollar General stores.
Dollar General’s presence in Kentucky now includes two distribution centers, nearly 640 stores, and a growing private fleet in Walton that collectively employ approximately 6,000 state residents. The company is also in the final construction phases on a 160,000-sq.-ft. DG Fresh facility in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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Dollar General’s additional traditional distribution centers are located in Alachua, Fla; Amsterdam, N.Y.; Ardmore, Okla.; Bessemer, Ala.; Bethel, Pa.; Fulton, Mo.; Indianola, Miss.; Jackson, Ga.; Janesville, Wisc.; Jonesville, S.C.; Lebec, Calif.; Longview, Tex.; Marion, Ind.; San Antonio; Scottsville, Ky.; South Boston, Va.; and Zanesville, Ohio.
“We are excited to celebrate our Walton distribution center grand opening and to continue supporting Kentucky communities,” said Todd Vasos, Dollar General CEO. “Dollar General’s roots run deep in the commonwealth, and we look forward to welcoming new employees into the Dollar General family and being a longstanding business partner in the Boone County community.”
Dollar General operated 17,426 stores in 46 states as of April 30, 2021.
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