Grove Collaborative plans to open a new $3.7 million 137,000 square foot fulfillment center in St. Peters, Missouri. The new facility is expected to create 210 jobs in the region over the coming years.
“We're thrilled to open our newest and largest fulfillment center in St. Peters,” Grove Founder & CEO Stuart Landesberg said. “Our Missouri hub will allow us not only to provide our community with faster service, but also serve as a catalyst for innovation across our supply chain. Grove is a people-focused business, and I could not be more excited to partner with the St. Peters community as we continue to grow.”
“Business is booming in St. Peters and we’re excited to welcome Grove Collaborative to ‘My Hometown’ with more than 200 jobs for our region’s well-trained workforce,” St. Peters Mayor Len Pagano said. “Because of the hard work of our FasTrac team in St. Peters along with the EDC of St. Charles County, St. Louis Regional Chamber, State of Missouri and Missouri Partnership we’re bringing an outstanding company like Grove Collaborative to our region with more new jobs and that’s a win for everyone.”
"We were honored once again to work on a deal that brings new jobs and investment to St. Peters, St. Charles County and the St. Louis region," St. Louis Regional Chamber President & CEO Tom Chulick said. "As one of the nation's top logistical centers, we know St. Louis is the right choice for Grove Collaborative to expand and grow its business."
“Missouri is open for business,” Missouri Governor Eric Greitens said. “We’re competing again and we’re winning jobs. Grove Collaborative is bringing quality jobs to St. Peters, and we’re glad that they are investing in Missouri.”
The State of Missouri, Missouri Partnership, City of St. Peters, EDC of St. Charles County, and St. Louis Regional Chamber assisted with this project.
“This has been a great statewide partnership that worked closely with Grove Collaborative, enabling the company to invest more than $3 million and create more than 200 new jobs in St. Peters,” Missouri Partnership CEO Steve Johnson said. “Our team was honored to support Grove in choosing Missouri, and we look forward to many years of growth for the company and the jobs they will create.”