Dollar General Distribution Center Marion Indiana

    distribution center

  • A post-production warehouse for finished goods.
  • A distribution center for a set of products is a warehouse or other specialized building, often with refrigeration or air conditioning, which is stocked with products (goods) to be re-distributed to retailers, to wholesalers or directly to consumers.
  • Distribution centers store and sort goods using warehouse space so that full truckloads of merchandise can be sent to a single destination or to multiple destinations along a specific route.

    dollar general

  • Dollar General, Corp is a chain of variety stores operating in 35 U.S. states. The chain operates over 9,000 stores and its headquarters is located in Goodlettsville, Tennessee, a suburb of Nashville. The stores were founded in 1939 by Cal Turner in Scottsville, Kentucky as J.L.

    marion indiana

  • Marion is a city in Grant County, Indiana, United States. The population was 30,830 as of the 2006 census. The city is the county seat of Grant County. It is named for Francis Marion, a Brigadier General from South Carolina in the American Revolutionary War.

dollar general distribution center marion indiana

Balzac Fresh Food Distribution Center

Balzac Fresh Food Distribution Center
Walmart Canada’s First Sustainable Distribution Centre, located in Balzac, is estimated to be 60% more energy-efficient than company’s traditional centers, which will help avoid approximately $4.8 million in energy costs over 5 years. One of North America’s most energy-efficient distribution centers, the Balzac facility is a living lab of sustainability and includes the company’s first pilots of hydrogen fuel cells, solar thermal and wind power, as well as many other sustainability features and products.

Solar installation on Walmart's Buckeye, Arizona distribution center

Solar installation on Walmart's Buckeye, Arizona distribution center
Walmart’s distribution center in Buckeye, Arizona is home to the company’s largest solar power installation to date (as of Sept. 2012). The 14,000 panel, 3.3 mega watt installation is expected to produce approximately five million kWh of clean renewable energy a year. That’s equal to the electricity needs of more than 400 average American homes.
The installation includes solar panel covered parking, which also provides shade for our associates to park their vehicles.