Seeking to expedite online orders and get products into the hands of their customers faster, Target is investing $100 million to expand their next-day delivery across the country.
Target recently announced that it will invest heavily to scale its supply chain product sorting network by opening six additional centers by the end of 2026. Currently, they have nine centers in Minnesota, Texas, Colorado, Illinois, Georgia, and Pennsylvania, and newly opened centers in Chicago and Denver. The move will help “deliver more efficiently and faster, at a lower cost while increasing our capacity.” The investment is promised to also create hundreds of jobs.
The retailer explained the expansion of its network “provides a fast, efficient, reliable and low-cost delivery option for our business, benefiting both our guests and the bottom line.”
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