NetRush will increase its operational capabilities by moving its processing facility to a seventy-two-thousand-square-foot location in Hebron, Kentucky.
The new space has five times the floor space of their current location in Erlanger, Kentucky. From an operations standpoint, this will allow NetRush to significantly increase the volume and rate of processing goods.
“We’re very excited to see our operations team use this space to its full potential,” said Brian Birch, NetRush Chief Operations Officer. “We outgrew our last space a lot faster than anyone imagined. With the team and the processes we have in place, and now this amazing space, we are looking at reducing our overall cycle times considerably.”
Another positive aspect of the move is the new site’s proximity to Amazon’s fulfilment center, CVG3, and Amazon’s recently announced investment in an Air Hub. The new facility is a great opportunity for NetRush to better serve brands on the Amazon marketplace, which includes Leatherman, Strider Bikes, and Eagles Nest Outfitters, while creating new opportunities for the growing company.
NetRush is a digital retail agency that actively manages brands on the Amazon platform. As collaborative contributors, NetRush teams provide long-term solutions that sustain a brand’s health, drive growth, and proactively manage the Amazon marketplace. In 2016, NetRush was ranked 1,482 on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies and named the #1 creative agency by Portland Business Journal.
Originally published on PR Newswire. Read original here.