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February 2020

One of Cincinnati’s largest private companies to build massive distribution center in NKY

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Wednesday February 5, 2020

One of Cincinnati’s largest private companies to build massive distribution center in NKY

Al. Neyer’s design-build team will build a nearly 585,800 SF distribution center for Standard Textile, one of the largest private companies in Greater Cincinnati.

From the Cincinnati Business Courier:

ONE OF CINCINNATI’S LARGEST PRIVATE COMPANIES TO BUILD MASSIVE DISTRIBUTION CENTER IN NKY

One of the largest private companies in Greater Cincinnati plans to build a massive distribution center in Northern Kentucky.

Standard Textile Co. Inc. has entered into an agreement with Al Neyer to begin construction of a nearly 585,800-square-foot distribution center at the corner of Riverview Drive and Petersburg Road in Hebron. Standard Textile has signed a long-term lease for 438,638 square feet of the new building with the remaining 147,154 square feet available for lease. The total investment for the new facility is just under $40 million.

The distribution center will serve Standard Textile’s institutional customers located in the Midwest and Northeast regions as well as service its growing online retail business in North America. An outlet store also is included in the design and will be open to the public.

Gary Heiman, president and CEO of Standard Textile, said the new distribution center supports the company’s long-term growth.

“We expect this new facility will enhance our supply chain efficiencies and provide convenient access to our new outlet store,” Heiman said in a news release.

Currently, Standard Textile operates out of a portion of a 453,320-square-foot distribution center at 2250 Progress Drive in Hebron. It has been in that building since 2000. The company plans to moves all operations, which includes 47 employees, to the new facility.

Read more from Tom Demeropolis at the Cincinnati Business Courier here.


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