ROSEVILLE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PRIDE Industries (PRIDE), a premier provider of outsourcing solutions and creator of opportunities for people with disabilities, today announced the expansion of their operations facilities.
With continued growth and projected business opportunities, PRIDE Industries is adding a more than 175,000 square-foot warehousing facility, to be completed in two phases.
“We are pleased to announce the expansion,” said Tony Lopez, Vice President of Operations. “The expansion will enable PRIDE to better support our manufacturing, contract packaging and fulfillment customers, and provide additional capacity for new opportunities.”
Presently, PRIDE is transitioning into 75,000 square feet of warehousing space and bringing 35-40 jobs to the Lincoln community. Phase two is expected to be complete within twelve months of occupancy. The second phase includes an additional 102,000 square feet of warehouse space, and 150 full and part-time jobs.
“Lincoln is seeing growth in our community,” says Tom Cosgrove, CEO of the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce. “PRIDE’s expansion will bring jobs and fill warehouse space. Our community welcomes PRIDE, a provider of high quality business that provides outstanding services to both its employees and customers.”
PRIDE offers a range of supply chain solutions, logistics management and manufacturing services, to a diverse set of customers and markets. Operating in 14 states and the nation’s capital, PRIDE employs and serves more than 5,600 individuals.
“We are excited to be in Lincoln,” says Vic Wursten, Sr. VP of Rehabilitation Services. “PRIDE Industries is truly a Placer County success story. We look forward to partnering with Lincoln to create job opportunities, specifically for individuals with disabilities.”
About PRIDE Industries:
PRIDE Industries is a nonprofit organization and recognized service provider meeting the manufacturing, supply chain, logistics and facilities service needs of public and private organizations while creating meaningful jobs for people with disabilities. To learn more, visit: www.prideindustries.com.