Toro and Ryan Companies team up to develop 450,000-square-foot distribution center in Iowa

The Business journal reports the proposed 32-acre site is just north of Des Moines in Ankeny. The two Minnesota companies also worked together a couple years ago on the distribution center in Tomah, Wisconsin.
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The Business journal reports the proposed 32-acre site is just north of Des Moines in Ankeny. The two Minnesota companies also worked together a couple years ago on the distribution center in Tomah, Wisconsin.

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