From Memphis to Southaven, Medline makes $1.4M move

Medline makes $1.4M move to Southaven

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Medical supply company, Medline has announced it will be moving from Memphis to Southaven, Mississippi for additional space to better serve regional and national customers.

According to Southaven Mayor Darren Musselwhite the company will build a $1.4 million distribution center.

Medline says they are growing in the region and invested in a space in Southaven that would provide them 1.2 million square feet. The distribution center will provide customers with medical supplies and products ranging from surgical items to more complex medical devices.

The company says it is retaining all jobs and plan to hire additional employees in the future.

We are growing in the region and decided to make a strategic investment as we needed additional space to serve both regional and national customers. Our new facility will provide 1.2M sf that will enable our organization to better serve the area’s healthcare providers’ needs. The distribution center will provide our customers with essential medical supplies and products to serve the needs of patients, facilities and clinicians, ranging from commodity medical and surgical items to more complex medical devices. We are retaining all jobs and are looking to hire additional employees in the future as we determine our needs. We will hire any team members that apply and are qualified regardless of which state they reside in.
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Medline’s new address has not been finalized, but the company plans to build the distribution center between I-55 and Highway 51, north of Starlanding Road.

The facility is expected to be in operation in early 2021.

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