Consolidated Distribution Corporation LLC (CDC), a QSR, fast casual and casual dining supply chain solutions company, has opened a new redistribution center to meet increased customer demand and to better service the southeast market.
Located in metro Atlanta, the new 100,000 square-foot facility will specialize in the redistribution of dry goods, including foodservice, janitorial, sanitation and safety items for CDC customers.
“Opening the southeast location will increase the company’s capacity by up to 38 percent and meet the growing demand of QSR, fast casual and casual restaurants for the benefits of redistribution,” said Thomas Geza Varga, CDC vice president of business development. “Many customers initially come to CDC to save money, and they remain partners once they realize how well we provide increased efficiency and enhanced customer service."
CDC also operates a 260,000 square-foot redistribution center facility in Chicago, serving more than 150 distributors delivering to more than 60,000 restaurant store locations across the U.S. and abroad.