The new Procter & Gamble multi-brand distribution center in Union will start operations next week, city of Union officials said.
P&G will officially begin to receive product Feb. 3 and begin shipping product Feb. 23, according to Denise Winemiller, Union assistant city manager.
The $90 million facility at Union’s Global Logistics Air Park near the Dayton International Airport is expected to employ 1,300 workers by the end of 2015.
Westerville, Ohio-based Excel will hire and manage logistics workers for the P&G facility.
Quality Associates, a contract packaging company based in Cincinnati, will hire and manage the facility’s light manufacturing workforce.
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