Governor Cooper announced that UPS would be bringing nearly 600 jobs to North Carolina in an expansion to Guilford and Alamance counties, according to WNCT.
In the next four years the company will invest more than $300 million to the two sites, WNCT reports.
“The pandemic highlights that supply chain management and delivery services are critical during a crisis. These two expansions are a bold investment that add up to hundreds of jobs and millions in investment across North Carolina,” said Governor Cooper in a press release.
UPS is expanding an existing hub in Greensboro with 141 new jobs and will be constructing a new package car center in Graham, bringing 451 new jobs.