UPS has expanded its healthcare facilities in Atlanta; Louisville; Reno; Mira Loma, Calif.; and Burlington, Ontario, adding 800,000 square feet to the company’s healthcare portfolio.
UPS now has 37 dedicated healthcare distribution facilities that span nearly 6 million square feet.
In the United States, UPS added a new 225,000-square-foot facility in Kentucky; a 220,000-square-foot expansion to an existing space in California; 90,000 square feet to two facilities in Georgia; and 55,000 square feet in Nevada. The Burlington project included adding 200,000 square feet to UPS’ existing footprint.
According to a company press release, increased globalization, new regulations and an increased need for specialized services is fueling its healthcare growth.
"UPS is committed to investing in our global network and supporting industry demand to meet customer needs for increased speed, flexibility and
efficiency," UPS’ Bill Hook said in a statement. "Our healthcare customers are creating value through our broad network and single global technology platform." - Jon Ross