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Supply chain company to expand location operations, plans for future growth

Incora, one of the world’s leading providers of comprehensive supply chain management services to the aerospace and defense markets and other industries, on Sept. 15  announced plans to consolidate its two existing Fort Worth offices at a new location in the city of Fort Worth.

The site, which previously was known as the FAA building, is located at 2601 Meacham Blvd. In addition to retaining existing jobs in the Fort Worth region, the consolidation will allow the company to expand its local operations with approximately 53,000-square-feet of space accommodating up to 239 employees. The facility also will serve as the company’s global headquarters, beginning in early 2021.

“Incora is a leading, global provider of innovative supply chain solutions, and the Dallas-Fort Worth area already is home to two of our offices and our largest, by volume, distribution center in the world,” said Incora Chief Executive Officer Todd Renehan. “Our new, larger office space in Fort Worth will allow us to bring our teams together to increase efficiency, encourage collaboration and support the future growth of our business. This centrally located site also will offer more accessibility and availability to our customers and colleagues across the U.S. and in Europe.”

“We’re pleased to see a company with existing assets in the community expanding their footprint in Fort Worth,” said Chris Strayer, executive vice president of Economic Development for the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce. “The location is perfectly situated for their needs, and we are confident they will continue to be successful in Fort Worth.”

“It is exciting to see Incora, an existing Fort Worth company, expand and invest in our community. Incora’s new location not only will bring more jobs to Fort Worth, but it also positions the company for continued success and future growth,” said Mayor Betsy Price, City of Fort Worth.

Incora, which currently is based in California, incorporates itself into its customers’ businesses, managing all aspects of supply chain from procurement and warehouse management to logistics and on-site customer services to support their broader operations. The company was formed earlier this year with the merger of Wesco Aircraft and Pattonair.

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