Southern Nevada will soon be home to one of the oldest Mustang car part and accessories retailers worldwide.
CJ Pony Parts, a company founded in 1985, has chosen the City of Las Vegas as the location to build their new distribution center. The facility will be their largest yet, allowing them to fulfill product shipments to 65% of their customers in the United States within a two-day period.
“By the end of the first year of operations, we expect the Las Vegas facility to handle one third of our fulfillment business,” said Mike Large, Sr. Vice President of CJ Pony Parts.
After an introduction from Jeremy Green with CBRE, the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance supported CJ Pony Parts through the expansion process.
The company plans to hire 25 employees with plans of hiring up to 75 over the next five years.
“CJ Pony Parts is creating jobs in Las Vegas and will bolster their US operations with the addition of this critical infrastructure,” said Morgan Bunker, Vice President of Economic Development at LVGEA. “With one-day rail and same-day trucking routes, CJ Pony Parts will now sit in the gateway to the Southwest, better able to provide expedited distribution services to more of their customers.”
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