Nestlé selects Indiana site for its new DC

July 11, 2006
Nestlé has chosen a 190-acre site in Anderson IN to build a $359 million, 880,000-square-foot factory and distribution center.

Nestlé has selected a 190-acre site in Anderson IN to build a $359 million, 880,000-square-foot factory and distribution center.

The facility, about 40 miles northeast of Indianapolis, will produce Nestlé Nesquik Ready-to-Drink (RTD) flavored milk and Coffee-Mate Liquid products. The combined facility will initially employ nearly 300 employees (hourly and salaried combined). Construction will begin later this year, with an anticipated opening in spring 2008.

Nestlé will begin accepting applications for employment in 2007. Anyone interested in working for the firm should visit the online career center at www.nestlejobs.com.

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