Breakdown of IKEA North American DCs
Brossard, Quebec.: 1 million sq. ft.; services stores in Eastern Canada with high-volume products and operates as a customer distribution operation for the same region.
Westampton, N.J.: 1.2 million sq. ft.; supplies stores in the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest regions with high-volume items.
Perryville, Md.: 1.7 million sq. ft.; acts as the low-flow DC for Eastern North America, serving stores in the United States and Canada. Also houses a customer distribution center.
Savannah, Ga.: 850,000 sq. ft.; responsible for stores in the Southeast, contains a 100-ft.-tall fully operated AS/RS system served by 13 cranes.
Tejon, Calif.: 1.7 million sq. ft.; acts as the low-flow DC for western North America and the high-flow DC for Southern California and Southwestern markets.
Tacoma, Wash.: 650,000 sq. ft.; acts as the high-flow facility for the Northwest and contains a 100-ft.-tall fully operated AS/RS system served by 14 cranes.
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