Cincinnati-based Kroger Co. announced today the addition of a customer fulfillment center (CFC) in Indiana. The high-tech CFC, measuring 48,000 square feet, opens just as holiday crunch time begins for shoppers.
“We’re proud to welcome the Kroger fulfillment network to Indiana,” said Colleen Juergensen, Kroger’s president of its central division, in a statement. “The new service is a wonderful addition to the expanding digital experience available to Kroger customers. The network’s delivery spoke will provide unmatched customer service and improve access to fresh food in areas eager for the variety and value offered by Kroger.”
Located at 9222 E. 33rd St. in Indianapolis, the facility will collaborate with the hub in Monroe, Ohio, to connect customers in 35 Central Indiana ZIP codes with fresh food. Richmond, which is near the hub in Ohio, is also part of the coverage area, the company said in a statement.Winsight Grocery Business