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Wal-Mart to Expand Georgia Distribution Center

BY CSA STAFF

Bentonville, Ark., Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. says it will expand its distribution center in Monroe, Ga. The retailer plans to begin construction on the expansion next summer, with planned service to the stores expected in the spring of 2006. The Monroe facility serves stores in both Georgia and South Carolina.

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REI to Expand Distribution Center

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Sumner, Wash., Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) plans to expand its distribution center here in Sumner, near the company’s Seattle headquarters.

The construction, scheduled to begin this month, will add 144,000 sq. ft. of floor space to the facility, which currently comprises 375,000 sq. ft. of floor space. Also, beginning next year, the retailer will upgrade the technology and equipment that move inventory throughout the facility.

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Castagna Leaves JCPenney

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Plano, Texas, Vanessa Castagna decided to leave JCPenney when her employment contract expires this Sunday, the retailer said today. Castagna was chairman and CEO of JCPenney stores, catalog and Internet. Her responsibilities will be held by Ken Hicks, president and COO of JCPenney stores and merchandise operations, until a permanent successor is found.

It was widely speculated that Castagna would leave JCPenney when she was passed over as the replacement for retiring company CEO Allen Questrom late last month. The job was instead given to Myron Ullman, who joined the retailer from LVMH and was once CEO of Macy’s.

Castagna has been with JCPenney since 1999.

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