POST invests $50m in distribution

3 Jan 2017

POST is expanding its distribution operations to Salt Lake City. The company currently has a facility in Box Elder County, Utah, and has begun construction on a 901,000 square foot facility costing $50 million.

POST invests $50m in distribution

POST is expanding its distribution operations to Salt Lake City. The company currently has a facility in Box Elder County, Utah, and has begun construction on a 901,000 square foot facility on California Avenue and 5600 West, near the newly announced Northwest Quadrant development site.

The $50-million facility in Salt Lake City is said to be the largest build-to-suit project in Utah history and will create nearly 100 manufacturing and distribution jobs.

“We are excited to be partnering with Freeport West and Salt Lake City as one of the first major developments near the Northwest Quadrant of the City,” said Linda Fisher, director of corporate communications for POST Consumer Brands. “This area truly represents the Crossroads of the West, opening up great distribution opportunities for our company, coupled with a first-class quality of life to our employees.”

“In partnership with Post, we will be building an additional one million square feet of industrial development in this great city,” said Freeport West President, Bradley J. Ross. “This development is the first, of what we hope, is many future opportunities in and around the Northwest Quadrant area of Salt Lake City. We look forward to working with the Mayor Biskupski and the Council on this and many other projects.”

“As we began working with POST, it was clear to us that they had a tight timeline for this project. Our team worked closely with the City’s permitting department to provide POST with the customer service they needed to make this deal happen,” said Lara Fritts, Director of Salt Lake City’s Department of Economic Development. “POST will undoubtedly set the precedent for the types of high-quality companies that meet the city’s goals and vision.”