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ATLANTA: May 16, 2019. UPS has completed the expansion of its US$310 million Centennial ground package facility in Louisville, KY. Now covering more than 19 football fields, the expanded facility can process approximately 85,000 packages per hour.

UPS Louisville package facilityThe completed project is part of a multi-year investment plan to modernize and expand the company’s global network, including the addition of new facilities and cargo aircraft.

“Tripling the size of our Centennial hub provides companies with distribution centers and operations in Kentucky and the surrounding areas with more opportunities to better serve their customers,” said Joe Boyle, president of UPS’s Ohio Valley District.

The hub’s strategic proximity to UPS’s Worldport air hub at Louisville airport supports the company’s end-of-runway services that enable packages to be inserted into UPS’s air operations as late as 1:30 a.m. for delivery across the country the same day.

“UPS is building innovative solutions to serve small, medium and large businesses in Louisville, throughout the Ohio Valley, across the United States and around the world,” added Boyle. “This expansion is part of how UPS is enabling companies of all sizes to deliver products when, where and how their customers want.”

The company employs more than 29,000 people in package delivery operations, air operations, ground freight, healthcare logistics and contract logistics in Kentucky.

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