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Grocery distribution center to open in Findlay

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    A new distributor has plans to open a warehouse in Findlay. It's a move that will create hundreds of local jobs.

     McLane Grocery Distribution has plans to open a distribution center in Findlay and employ 425 people with salaries averaging $57,000 per year.

     We're following this developing story with the Findlay Courier. The state tax credit authority has a meeting today to discuss financial incentives.
    
The proposed business wants to build a 337,000 square foot distribution center- on Hancock County 212, right across from the current Lowe's distribution warehouse.
     McLane is a grocery supplier for convenience stores, drugstores and chain restaurants in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
     If the next stage of planning is approved, the center is set to be operational by March of 2016.
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