DALLAS - Imperial Dade, a leading distributor of foodservice packaging and janitorial supplies, is proud to announce the opening of its new approximately 105,000-square-foot warehouse in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. The opening of this state-of-the-art facility is part of Imperial Dade's broader North American expansion plan that spans from coast to coast.
The new warehouse, located at 5200 South Freeway in Fort Worth, Texas, provides easy access to major highways and transportation hubs, facilitating seamless distribution across the North Texas region.
"Providing unparalleled customer service is what distinguishes Imperial Dade from our competitors, and we are excited to bring our value-added expertise and expansive product catalog to the Dallas/Fort Worth area," said Western Region President Glenn Ziegler. "By investing in the growth of our business and expanding our footprint with this new warehouse, we are able to better service existing and new customers in North Texas."
The new Dallas/Fort Worth warehouse is the 12th Texas location for Imperial Dade, which has locations in Austin, Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Houston, Lubbock, Odessa, San Antonio, Temple, Victoria, and Wichita Falls.
"Imperial Dade strives to be the best supplier of specialty products in the marketplace, and growing our presence across Texas with brand new facilities like this one make it possible for us to have the inventory customers need when and where they need it," said Chief Commercial Officer Charles A. D’Elia, Jr. "Our customers rely on us to deliver for them wherever they do business, and investing in new locations where their business is growing demonstrates our commitment to their success."
Imperial Dade is a trusted partner for customers across a broad range of end markets, including grocery and convenience stores, foodservice, hospitality, restaurants, healthcare, and education. With over 85 years of experience in the industry, the company has established itself as a leader in customer service, innovation, and sustainability.