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Posted October 20, 2020


UPS will undertake a significant expansion to its North Carolina presence with the addition of 592 jobs in Guilford and Alamance counties, otherwise known as the Carolina Core. The the multinational package delivery and supply-chain management company plans to invest a total of $316.4 million at two sites over the coming four years.
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“UPS appreciates the State of North Carolina for their support of these projects that will help UPS move our world forward by delivering what matters,” said Derrick Johnson, president of UPS’s South Atlantic District. “The new and expanded facilities will increase the speed and flexibility for connecting businesses and customers throughout the state, across the country and around the globe. This is an exciting time to be part of North Carolina’s economic growth and we look forward to bringing additional jobs that pay well to the Greensboro area as a partner in the community.”

Atlanta-based UPS employs a workforce of 528,000 and operates out of more than 1,800 facilities around the world. The company currently employs 2,461 workers in North Carolina.

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