Inside Logistics

Transplace grows in Arkansas

Expanding from approximately 80,000 square feet to 150,000 sq-ft. at the new location better positions the company to support growth


April 4, 2019
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DALLAS – Transplace is building a new operations centre in Rogers, Arkansas. The state-of-the-art centre will accommodate Transplace’s plans to add hundreds of new employees in the next several years and strengthen its ability to deliver comprehensive technology and logistics services to today’s supply chain.

Expanding from approximately 80,000 square feet to 150,000 sq-ft. at the new location better positions the company to support future growth.

A groundbreaking ceremony took place at the building site. Construction on the new facility is set to begin immediately, and Transplace is expected to move in by early 2021.

“We are thankful for Transplace’s investment in Rogers and are excited to watch them grow,” said Rogers mayor Greg Hines. “The new operations centre will provide many new, high-paying jobs for the area and many benefits to the region, now and into the future.”

Robbie Baty, Bill McClung and Marshall Saviers of Cushman & Wakefield represented Transplace in its property search, and Betty McIntosh and Carol Henderson, also of Cushman & Wakefield, provided business incentives services. The firm will also help oversee construction management, led by Kyle Bramlett.

HCH Consulting is the landlord and developer for the project, and Corgan is handling the interior architecture.