ATLANTA, May 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- National DCP, (NDCP) the $2 billion supply chain management cooperative serving Dunkin' Donuts franchisees, today announced plans to open its ninth distribution center in McDonough, Georgia, in June 2017.
Headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, the company currently has eight distribution centers and 30 transportation hubs throughout the county. The new distribution center will serve over 450 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants and employ approximately 60 people.
"Expanding our distribution network helps support the continuous growth of Dunkin' Donuts franchisees," says NDCP CEO Scott Carter. "Given its geographic proximity within the rapidly expanding southeastern market and access to a strong workforce, McDonough is an excellent location for our next distribution center."
Located in a 182,000 square foot building, the McDonough Distribution Center features 24 dock doors and 25 trailer parking spots to manage high capacity demand. The facility is slated to begin store deliveries on June 12, and a grand opening event will be held on Wednesday, June 28.
About National DCP
National DCP, LLC (NDCP) is a $2 billion supply chain management company serving the franchisees of Dunkin' Donuts. They provide comprehensive business solutions including food, beverages, supplies, packaging, technology and healthcare to more than 8,900 Dunkin' locations in the U.S. and customers in 51 countries. Each year, NDCP purchases more than 100 million pounds of coffee, 112 million pounds of sugar and 24 million gallons of milk, and drives 30 million miles delivering approximately 75 million cases of product to Dunkin' stores. The organization was formed as a membership cooperative following the successful merger of five different operating companies in 2012 to support Dunkin' Brands' growth and expansion plans. NDCP's innovative practices have been recognized with the 2015 Supply Chain Pioneer Award from Partnership Gwinnett, the 2016 InformationWeek Elite 100 List and the 2017 Food Logistics Rock Stars of the Supply Chain designations.