USA: Limited Too Plans New Distribution Center
Speciality retailer Too Inc (NYSE: TOO), trading as Limited Too, plans to construct a new distribution center on a 92-acre tract in the Etna Corporate Park, located in Licking County, Ohio. The facility is expected to be fully operational by April 2002.Construction plans call for a 510,000 square foot, single story facility that could be expanded to over 750,000 square feet. More than 270 jobs are anticipated for the 2002 start-up, growing to 440 by the end of the year.The selection of the Etna site was made following an extensive national search for locations for the company's distribution center as well as its new corporate headquarters. Too Inc announced last month that it will construct new corporate offices in New Albany, Ohio, approximately 15 miles from the Etna site."The new distribution center will give us a leading-edge facility with the size and flexibility to support our growing retail operations," said the company's chairman and chief executive officer Michael W. Rayden.Too Inc is a rapidly growing specialty retailer that sells apparel,swimwear, sleepwear, underwear, lifestyle and personal care products for active, fashion-aware girls between 7 and 14 years of age. The company also conducts e-commerce on its website,
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