Mopar Making Parts Distribution Center

With Jeep's surging success Mopar is taking the ride along too. FCA recently started working to build a new 400,000 square foot parts distribution center (PDC) in Virginia. Mopar currently has 53 distribution centers around the world. The last Mopar PDC was set up in early 2015 in Mexico. We just found out about Mopar making custom parts for the Alfa Romeo Giulia. Mopar is keeping it rolling with another distribution center. The plant will handle more than 50,000 parts distributed to nationwide FCA dealerships. The new Virginia parts distribution plant will span over 27 acres and move about 9 million pieces per year. FCA US is investing $12.2 million dollars in the facility and this parts distribution center will create more than 70 jobs. Ramping up doesn't even explain it. Earlier this month we talked about Dana building a Toledo plant too. Things are slowly coming together as all these parts develop. And it's exciting to see Jeep orchestrate its master plan to bring Jeep to the world. Big things are happening for Jeep and Mopar. Congrats to both and their success. People interested in working at the center can visit FCA's career page. What do you think of the new plant? Tell us in the comments!

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