July 07, 2021
Construction is beginning on a $20 million logistics hub in Baldwin County that will create 55 new jobs.
Gov. Kay Ivey was in Loxley today to celebrate groundbreaking on the project for Imperial Dade, a distributor of food service packaging and janitorial supplies.
The 220,000-square-foot building is being developed by I-10 Gulf Coast Logistics Center, and will be the first Class-A industrial facility built in Baldwin County. Imperial Dade will move from its existing Loxley location.
The company says the new hub will provide easy access to the Gulf Coast market and the Port of Mobile.
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