Supply Chain Growth in Texas Creates Over 1,500 Jobs, Expands Delivery Options

February 02, 2021

The Home Depot recently opened a new distribution center in Dallas, Texas, focused on fast fulfillment of online orders. The new 1.5 million square-foot facility will deliver millions of online products directly to customers' homes or for pickup at local stores.    

The Dallas-Fort Worth area is a key hub for the company’s supply chain and delivery strategy. Home Depot’s supply chain footprint in the market will grow from 2.1 million square feet to 4.5 million square feet — creating approximately 1,500 new jobs by the end of this year. 

Early last year, the company opened another delivery center at the new Dallas campus that delivers building materials and other bulky products directly to DIY and Pro customers when and where they need it, all within the same day or the next day of ordering. 

Hiring is underway. Interested jobseekers should visit or text JOBS to 52270 for a link to apply for local positions. 

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