Waukesha-based Norfleet Inc. is teaming with Kwik Trip Inc. for the company to hire hundreds of employees at its 15 new stores set to open this year.
Norfleet, a semi-trailer and drayage logistics provider, will hire positions in customer service, management and driver training for new and existing Kwik Trip locations across Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. pengirimanekspedisi
Kwik Trip will establish a processing center at the Kwik Trip Regional Distribution Center in Fort Atkinson to supply area stores with Norfleet services.
“We look forward to working with the Kwik Trip team as they expand their footprint across the Midwest,” said Erik Broskow, Norfleet president. “The Kwik Trip team recognizes the importance of employee culture and Norfleet’s dedication to supporting that culture and environment.”
The new Kwik Trip stores are under construction at 5001 Green Bay Road in Neenah; 4825 LeClaire Ave. in West Allis; 2608 N. Green Bay Ave. in Milwaukee; 4805 Milwaukee Ave. in Oak Creek; 18006 W. Military Road in Menomonee Falls; and 4431 N. Port Washington Road in Port Washington. The locations are scheduled to open in the spring.
Kwik Trip also operates a distribution center in Kiel, Wisc.
The distribution center, which opened in August, will distribute Kwik Trip food products to a dozen Wisconsin stores including Kwik Trip’s existing two distribution centers, Kwik Trip’s Kwik Trip Express stores, all former WhirlyBall locations and several Kwik Trip Express Stores slated to open over the next several years.
Kwik Trip is also adding a second distribution center, in Plymouth, Wis.
Norfleet is a subsidiary of Mid-America Logistics Group Inc., which also operates CH Cargill Cold Storage, a 750,000 square foot warehouse in Kenosha, Wis. Mid-America Logistics is one of the largest regional shipping, trucking, freight management and supply chain service providers in the Midwest.