Don Hugo Produce Investing $100M in Edinburg, Texas, Food Distribution Center
"It's my feeling that this is the time to go," said company President Jose L. González. "You're going to see more people bringing produce into Texas."
Located on a strategic site off U.S. Highway 281, the facility will provide shippers with clear access to northern destinations. The warehouse is expected to open in December, and is the biggest of nine facilities the company is planning over the next five years.
The company's investment in developing a produce park could create up to 1 million square feet of cold storage.
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