Amcon Distributing Company acquires Colorado distribution facility

April 1, 2024
The 249,200-square-feet facility will feature significant refrigerated and frozen capability, refrigerated docks, extensive docks, parking and excess land for future expansion.

Amcon Distributing Company, an Omaha, Nebraska-based convenience and foodservice distributor, announced it has acquired a new distribution facility in Colorado City, Colorado.

“This strategic move represents a significant expansion of our operations and underscores AMCON’s commitment to enhanced service for our customers in the Rocky Mountain, Intermountain and Southwest regions of the United States," Christopher H. Atayan, AMCON’s chairman and chief executive officer, said in the announcement. "We are making meaningful additional investments to this facility to expand the frozen and refrigerated footprint to support our growing foodservice initiatives. Our team is working closely with the Southern Colorado Economic Development District (SCEDD), as we seek to become the premier employer and support economic growth in Pueblo County.”

The facility is 249,200 square feet, set on 38 acres, and will feature significant refrigerated and frozen capability, refrigerated docks, extensive docks, parking and excess land for future expansion. Zoning/certifications include I-2 (heavy industrial) and Level 1 certified food facility.

Andrew C. Plummer, AMCON’s president and chief operating officer added in the announcement: “This facility aligns with AMCON’s strategic geographic growth objectives and enables us to significantly enhance our distribution capabilities. The prime location and extensive amenities of this new distribution facility will enable us to provide cutting edge service to our customers and accommodate a diverse range of needs across the Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma Panhandle, and Western Kansas markets.”

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