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Kroger Delivery arrives in Louisville, Dallas

The Kroger Co. announced the official opening of a new spoke location in Louisville, KY. The 50,000-square-foot facility will collaborate with the Customer Fulfillment Center in Monroe, OH, and will serve as a last-mile cross-dock location that expands Kroger Delivery's ability to serve more customers in the greater Louisville area.

This comes on the heels of the company opening a CFC in Dallas last week. Powered by the Ocado Group, the CFC will leverage advanced robotics technology and creative solutions to redefine the customer experience for customers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

"Kroger Delivery is part of our rapidly expanding seamless ecosystem that provides customers with fresh and quality products — anytime and anywhere," said Bill Bennett, Kroger vice president and head of E-commerce. "We are thrilled to expand Kroger's offerings to more Louisville customers with a truly differentiated customer experience."

The Kentucky facility will employ up to 161 full-time associates. Also, as part of Kroger's commitment to end hunger and eliminate waste through its Zero Hunger | Zero Waste social environmental impact plan, the site will use recyclable bags and is working to partner with local food banks.

The 350,000-square-foot customer fulfillment center in Dallas has brought more than 500 new jobs to the area. The facility will also work in collaboration with spoke facilities located in Austin, San Antonio and Oklahoma City. Each spoke facility will serve as a last-mile cross-dock that will enable Kroger Delivery to expand its services to more customers. 

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