Target Corp. Invests More Than $52 Million To Locate Online Fulfillment Center In York County, Pennsylvania
"With more than 60 stores and a regional distribution center in Pennsylvania, we serve many Target guests in the state and already know that Pennsylvania is a great place to do business," said Mike Robbins, Target's Senior Vice President of Distribution. "Today, we are excited to expand our presence in Pennsylvania, and we look forward to serving our guests throughout the state and across the region even more quickly and efficiently from this new online fulfillment center in York."
"Today we are proud to announce that Target will expand its presence in Pennsylvania and will establish a new distribution site in York County," said Acting Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin. "Target will invest nearly $52 million into the commonwealth through this project and add 250 new jobs to our workforce."
Target received a funding proposal from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development including $512,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits and $115,200 for Guaranteed Free Training that will be used to train the expanding workforce. The project was coordinated by the Governor's Action Team in collaboration with the York County Economic Alliance. Hiring for the new facility is to begin in the coming months, and the fulfillment center is to be operational around mid-year.
"We were pleased to assist with the site location and are excited to welcome Target to the York community. This project was made possible thanks to the leadership and pro-business efforts of the York County Commissioners; Kelly Kelch, Manager of West Manchester Township; the West Manchester Township Board of Supervisors; Dr. Emilie Lonardi, Superintendent of the West York Area School District; and the West York Area School District Board," stated Darrell Auterson, President/CEO of York County Economic Alliance. "Partnerships like this are the reason York County's economy continues to grow."
With the support of the local taxing bodies, the property owner - 325 Salem Property, LP, was able to secure a Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance on the expansion to the facility. Bill White, CCEO for Endurance Real Estate Group, LLC, the property management firm and a part owner of the property, is excited about the project and appreciative of the support by the local agencies. The facility will be managed by a third-party vendor, GENCO.
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