Tapestry, Inc., a house of iconic accessories and lifestyle brands consisting of Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman, announced the opening of the company’s new full-scale Fulfillment Center in North Las Vegas, Nevada .
The Fulfillment Center, which is expected to add more than 400 full-time jobs by 2029, leverages some of the latest advancements in material handling equipment technology to enhance our fulfillment operations. Expanding to better serve West Coast customers, the North Las Vegas facility positions Tapestry for the future, enabling the company to sustain multi-brand fulfillment, meeting the needs of customers in a more sustainable and efficient manner. Most notably, the facility is expected to distribute an annual 22.2 million units and hold 4 million units in inventory for both retail and eCommerce.
“The opening of our newest full-scale fulfillment center here in North Las Vegas will equip us to continue stretching what’s possible for our brands, our people, and our customers,” said Joanne Crevoiserat, CEO of Tapestry, Inc. "Moving at the speed of the consumer is an essential component of our business. With cutting-edge technology, this fulfillment center strengthens our omni-channel capabilities and helps us better serve West Coast customers. The center also creates new opportunities for team members, deepens our relationship with the local community, and reflects our ongoing commitment to environmental responsibility. I’m so proud to celebrate the opening of this impressive facility and appreciate the work of our team and partners in bringing this vision to life.”
At the ribbon-cutting event today, Tapestry was honored to host local community leaders and partners who made this project possible including Mayor of North Las Vegas Pamela Goynes-Brown; Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), Tom Burns; City of North Las Vegas Council Members Isaac Barron, Richard Cherchio and Ruth Garcia-Anderson; North Las Vegas City Manager Dr. Ryann Juden, City Attorney Micaela Moore and key members of the city's leadership team; North Las Vegas Chambers of Commerce members; esteemed local business leaders as well as representatives from end-to-end material handling systems integrator FORTNA, warehouse management system partner Manhattan, asset manager Clarion Partners, and commercial real estate firm JLL.
“The City of North Las Vegas continues to lead Southern Nevada in industrial development and economic diversification,” said Mayor Pamela Goynes-Brown. “We appreciate a world-renowned company like Tapestry choosing the City of North Las Vegas to expand to, and all of the jobs and opportunities they will bring to our residents. Having been at Tapestry’s groundbreaking, it is very exciting for me to see the project come full circle.”
The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by company representatives dedicated to the success of this project including Tapestry CEO Joanne Crevoiserat; Coach CEO & Brand President Todd Kahn; Chief Supply Chain Officer Peter Charles; Chief Omni and Innovation Officer Noam Paransky; Chief People Officer Denise Kulikowsky; SVP of Global Fulfillment and Logistics Ken Sanders; VP of Fulfillment and Logistics Todd McCullough; and Senior Director of Engineering and Facilities Joseph Gillespie.
Tapestry is committed to creating an environment that keeps its people at the forefront of the business. With the new Fulfillment Center, the company has reinforced its dedication to investing in its employees and community – as well as ensuring the customer satisfaction is of utmost importance, decreasing delivery windows from 5-7 days down to 2-3 days.
Tapestry’s SVP of Global Fulfillment and Logistics Ken Sanders said, “The new North Las Vegas Fulfillment Center is a testament to our continuous growth as a company, and something we couldn’t have done without the ongoing support of our exceptional workforce. Our people have been critical to making this center a reality, and we are excited to continue our collaboration with our local partners and the broader community leveraging this new facility.”