March 5, 2021 (Salt Lake City, UT) Yesterday, 4Life executives, customers, and local VIPs gathered to celebrate the opening of the company’s Louisville, Kentucky Distribution Center.
The state-of-the-art space includes 11.500 square meter of warehouse, numerous bays, and almost 500 additional square meters of office space. The operation will add 20 new 4Life employees to the company’s United States-based family.
4Life Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain Nate Buhler: “This is a major shipping corridor, and among the largest logistics hubs. We’ve been working on the idea for more than three years. Our build out took three months. Many thanks to our new local crew, with special acknowledgement and gratitude to Senior Director of Logistics and Fulfilment Jarrod Parry and Senior Manager of the Kentucky Distribution Center Zack Mayhew from our global headquarters in Utah.”
The ceremonial ribbon cutting was attended by numerous executives, including President and CEO Danny Lee, Chief Financial Officer Mark Ostler, Senior Vice President of Global Supply Chain Nate Buhler, and Senior Vice President of Sales Trent Tenney.
At full capacity, up to 60% of U.S. domestic shipments will transfer through this facility.
Lee: “This latest strategic footprint is all about maintaining excellent customer service and continuing to invest in growth. Once upon a time, this Distribution Center was a great idea. Our growing customer base has now rendered it a necessity.”
4Life has offices in 25 markets to serve the company’s worldwide customers.
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