National Performance Warehouse (NPW) recently celebrated the opening of its new distribution center and corporate headquarters in Hialeah, Florida, the company announced.
The facility has over 200,000 sq. ft. of usable space, which includes a state-of-the-art conveyor system along with an automated sortation system, company representatives said. As of June 15, all receiving and shipping will be from 5801 E 10th Ave., Hialeah, FL 33013.
The company marked the facility’s opening with a lunch and ribbon cutting ceremony, the company said. Participating were Mayor Steve Bovo, State Representative Alex Rizo and City Council President Carl Zogby. NPW also had management on hand, including founder and CEO Larry Pacey, his wife Hilda Pacey, sons Chris Pacey, the company’s executive VP/ COO, and John Pacey, VP of Purchasing and all the department heads and staff. We have these comments from Chris Pacey, Executive VP and COO: “We are very excited about this new facility and expect it to improve and streamline our abilities to serve our customers and suppliers,” said Chris Pacey. “Our business thankfully has grown in spite of [COVID-19] so we decided we needed to forge ahead despite all the issues [COVID-19] provided. We appreciate the help and support during trying times from our contractors, suppliers, team members and customers. We look forward to the future.”