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Reinhart Foodservice Plans Distribution Center In Prince William County, Virginia

05/21/2015
Reinhart Foodservice, the fifth largest food distributor in the U.S., selected Prince William County, Virginia, as a distribution hub to serve customers in the Greater Washington, DC metropolitan area and along the East Coast.

The company said it plans to “invest significant capital in the new facility” and employ over 100 staff. Its location in the Mid-Atlantic provides easy access to a large customer base and five of the ten largest U.S. markets – New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Atlanta and Boston – are all within a day’s drive.

Reinhart joins The Martin Brower Company as the second Reyes Holdings business unit to locate to Prince William County. The Company now occupies an 110,800 square foot facility at 11777 Balls Ford Road, Manassas, Virginia, which was formerly occupied by Martin Brower. Martin Brower relocated to a larger distribution facility, also within the County.

“We are excited to be in Prince William County,” said James V. Reyes, Chairman of Reyes Holdings. “Our new location, which is situated just off of Interstate 66 offers immediate access to rail, allows us to optimize delivery times and better serve our core customers based in the Greater Washington, DC metropolitan area and beyond.”

“I would like to sincerely thank the Prince William County Department of Economic Development for their invaluable assistance. From site selection to the commencement of operations, they advised and worked with us every step of the way,” added Reyes.

“We are delighted to welcome Reinhart, our newest addition of Reyes Holdings businesses to Prince William County,” said Corey A. Stewart, Chairman, Prince William Board of County Supervisors.

Just one year ago we revised our targeted industry sectors to attract additional ‘growth industries’ to the County. Having an industry leader, like Reinhart join our growing food services distribution companies reaffirms this decision,” added Stewart.

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