The Home Depot’s e-commerce direct fulfillment centers

Unlike distribution centers which mostly supply brick and mortar stores, fulfillment centers are meant to send out online orders s quickly as possible to customers. The list below identifies the e-commerce direct fulfillment centers opened by The Home Depot to date.

Source: supplychain247.com
CITY/STATESQUARE FEETOPENED
Locust Grove, GA1,100,0002014
Perris, CA859,0002014
Troy, OH1,600,0002015
Dallas, TX2,300,0002020
East Point, GA?2021

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1 Response to The Home Depot’s e-commerce direct fulfillment centers

  1. Path says:

    As of 2022, at least one of these fulfilment centers thinks its fun to annihilate packages marked fragile. That looks great at shareholder meetings, or will begin to.

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