Union City to get $60M distribution center, 600 jobs
by Staff
03:10 PM, Tuesday, September 30
The city of Union City announced last week the upcoming opening of a new regional distribution center which will send goods from Cincinnati, Ohio-based consumer products company Procter & Gamble to customers in the Southeast. “This development beg...

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