The Kroger Co. has opened its customer fulfillment center at 6125 N. Jackson Gap Way in Aurora, Colorado.
The 300,000-square-foot facility will delivery groceries and home essentials to customers up to 90 minutes away. Kroger Delivery uses temperature-controlled vans and efficiently-optimized delivery routes to ensure fresh products are delivered to customers’ homes.
This facility expands access to fresh, affordable food and provides more than 200 new employees with opportunities to grow their careers. Customers across the region can order Kroger’s fresh produce and Our Brands products to be delivered to their homes.
“Kroger Delivery, proudly serving King Soopers and City Market, will connect more Coloradans to a convenient shopping experience,” said Rebekah Manis, senior director, Kroger Delivery Fulfillment Centers.
“Delivery customers can save with personalized digital coupons and fuel points on the products their families need, want and love. Kroger Delivery means more customers can enjoy high-quality, affordable groceries ordered through an easy-to-use online experience.”
Customers looking to save even more can register for Boost by King Soopers annual membership. For $59 or $99 per year, customers are offered unlimited free delivery on orders of $35 or more and two times fuel points for every $1 spent.
“We’re proud to bring Ocado’s technology to Aurora, and to help launch a service that will power world-class customer experiences for Kroger Delivery shoppers in the Denver Metro Area,” said Mark Bentley, president, Americas for Ocado Solutions.
“We are now live with eight [customer fulfillment centers] around the U.S. supporting Kroger Delivery to reach customers across 14 states. As we continue to expand this network nationwide, we’re introducing a step change in online grocery experience for Kroger shoppers, powered by some of the most sophisticated technology applied to any sector of the global economy.”
Kroger operates customer fulfillment centers in Monroe, Ohio; Groveland, Florida; Forest Park, Georgia; Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin; Dallas, Texas; Romulus, Michigan; Frederick, Maryland; and Aurora, Colorado, with additional customer fulfillment centers slated for California; Phoenix, Arizona; Cleveland, Ohio; Charlotte, North Carolina; as well as South Florida and the Northeast.
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