Campbell Soup Facility Opens In Fort Worth
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The 578K SF facility is the latest expansion of the food giant's distribution network and will serve as the hub of its Southern operations, according to the Fort Worth Business Press.
"We're so glad to welcome Campbell's and continue a great partnership with DHL," Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price said in a statement. "The opening of yet another distribution center further solidifies Fort Worth as a distribution and logistics hub."
Campbell is leasing the vast majority of the DHL-developed industrial project at 3000 Cantrell Samson Road, which totals 713K SF. The property was purchased in June by California-based Transpacific Development Co. for an undisclosed sum, according to published reports.
The center will house 43,000 pallets of Campbell products, including many of its Pepperidge Farm brand of cookies and snacks beginning in early 2018. It will create 120 jobs.