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San Diego-based HD Supply Facilities Maintenance announced the opening of its newest distribution center in Jacksonville, Fla.
The new DC is the 39th in the company’s operations network in North America. The company also operates a DC in Lakeland, Fla. HD Supply Facilities Maintenance is a leading distributor of maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) products.
“The location of our newest distribution center will allow us to better service the area," said Anesa Chaibi, president and CEO of HD Supply Facilities Maintenance.
"The opening of this DC is part of our commitment to continually evolve and enhance our business to meet the expectations for our customers.”
“The strategic investments in our distribution network have allowed us to add technological advancements, like the Pick-to-Voice order selection system that makes our order accuracy second-to-none, as well as to expand our network to more efficiently serve our customers,” added David Wilson, VP operations of HD Supply Facilities Maintenance.
The opening follows shortly after the opening of the company's DC in Boston.