To Accommodate Growth, GENCO to Relocate Corporate Headquarters

GENCO, A FedEx Company, one of the largest third-party logistics providers in North America, has announced plans to relocate its headquarters to meet expansion needs.

Business Wire

February 15, 2016

GENCO, A FedEx Company, one of the largest third-party logistics providers in North America, has announced plans to relocate its headquarters to meet expansion needs. The Pittsburgh-based company will relocate from its current location in Papercraft Park to Cranberry Township, Pa.

GENCO moved to Papercraft Park in 1994. Since that time, the business has experienced tremendous growth due to trends in supply chain and reverse logistics.

“We have simply outgrown the space,” said Andy Smith, GENCO senior vice president and chief operating officer. “It’s important that we provide a workspace and infrastructure that can support continued growth and allow us to attract and retain our best assets—our teammates. We are very excited about this move and a bright future as we expand our capabilities beyond North America.”

Bill Rudolph, managing partner at McKnight Realty Partners said, “We are pleased to welcome the headquarters of GENCO to the Cranberry Woods Business Park. This wonderful addition further cements the park’s reputation as a great location for companies looking for a home in an attractive campus environment.”

GENCO is expected to complete the move by September, 2016.

About GENCO

GENCO, A FedEx Company, is a leading supply chain solution provider specializing in Product Lifecycle Logistics® for technology, retail, consumer and industrial goods, and healthcare industries. Operating more than 38 million square feet throughout North America, GENCO provides a comprehensive range of integrated logistics services to enable growth, minimize cost, mitigate supply chain risk, and improve customer service. Services include inbound logistics, warehousing and distribution, fulfillment, contract packaging and product configuration, systems integration, returns processing and disposition, test, repair, refurbishment, product liquidation, and managed transportation. Visit www.genco.com or gencomarketplace.com for more information.

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