FedEx Ground to build distribution center in Stewartville

FedEx is ready to break ground on a 60,000 square-foot distribution center in southeast Minnesota, about 12 miles from Rochester. The Post-Bulletin reports the company chose Stewartville because of its proximity to major highways and the Rochester International Airport.
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FedEx is ready to break ground on a 60,000 square-foot distribution center in southeast Minnesota, about 12 miles from Rochester. The Post-Bulletin reports the company chose Stewartville because of its proximity to major highways and the Rochester International Airport.

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