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With a central location for Florida’s largest population centers and convenient access to world markets, Palm Beach County is a logical choice for logistics and distribution companies. Top companies with distribution centers in Palm Beach County include ALDI, Walgreens and FedEX. As the Western Hemisphere's commercial gateway, Florida's and Palm Beach County’s logistics and distribution industry is poised to grow further with the Panama Canal expansion in 2016 and the numerous infrastructure developments and upgrades underway around the state.
Key Transportation and Freight Facilities:
Aldi - 647,000 s.f. in Royal Palm Beach
American Tire Distributors - 120,000 s.f. in Royal Palm Beach
Brown Distributing – 92,000 s.f. in West Palm Beach
Cheney Brothers (Main Headquarters) - Over 450,000 s.f. in Palm Beach County
(1.5 million s.f. in state and 2800 employees in state) and #6 out of 100 private Florida firms, by Florida Business Journal.
FedEx Distribution Center – 50,000 s.f. in Riviera Beach
Florida Crystals Distribution Center - 180,000 s.f. in Western Palm Beach County
Nestle Water - 22,000 s.f. in Jupiter
Niagara Bottling - 409,000 s.f. in Unincorporated Palm Beach County
Oase Group/GeoGlobal Partners - 45,000 s.f in West Palm Beach
Publix Distribution Center – 487,000 s.f. in Boynton Beach
Scalisi Wholesale Fruit and Produce – 19,000 s.f. in Royal Palm Beach
Southeast Hay Distributors - 10,000 in Riviera Beach
Sysco Southeast Florida - 314,000 s.f. in Riviera Beach
Total Distribution Centers - 26,000 s.f. + 77 acres in Jupiter
Tropical Shipping - 110,000 s.f. in Riviera Beach
US Food Service - 300,000 s.f. in Boca Raton
Walgreens - 800,000 s.f. in Jupiter
Woodfield Distribution – 160,000 s.f. in Boca Raton
FACT: Over 15 Distribution Centers occupy over 4.2 million square feet in Palm Beach County.
The Business Development Board is your one-stop, countywide resource for information on relocating or expanding your business to or in Palm Beach County. Our free, confidential services include help with permitting, incentive funding assistance, workforce development, research services, and site selection, as well as project management and connections to public/private resources.
Whether you are new to Palm Beach County or already established here, the Business Development Board is uniquely positioned to help your business take full advantage and leverage all the resources available to you.
Where can you get more information?
Business Development Board of Palm Beach County
310 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Gary Hines, Senior Vice President, Administration
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