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Mayor Spano Welcomes New UPS Facility to Yonkers

Post Date:10/30/2019 3:01 PM
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UPS Yonkers Presser

YONKERS, NY – October 30, 2019 -- Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano today announced leading package delivery company UPS will open in Yonkers at its new facility located at 555 Tuckahoe Road. Mayor Spano was joined by UPS President of the North Atlantic District, Brian Cannon, for the announcement along with other local officials as the company prepares to start its Yonkers operation next month.

“Yonkers welcomes UPS to its newest hub in the region,” said Mayor Spano. “Yonkers serves as an ideal location and center for their world class services and operations. We are especially excited as UPS soon will bring hundreds of jobs to local and area residents, contributing to our growing economy.”

UPS’ move to its new Yonkers facility is part of more than the $3 billion worth of private investment in the city’s economic development since 2012.

The new UPS Yonkers package operation initially brings more than 150 good paying full- and part-time jobs to the area. UPS is now hiring for seasonal employees to support the busy holiday shopping and shipping season, including more than 11,000 jobs in New York and New Jersey, at 38 locations throughout the Tri-state including150 jobs in Yonkers. Those interested in employment in Yonkers or at other facilities should visit www.upsjobs.com.

“It’s an exciting time to be part of the economic growth of the city, and bring more good paying full- and part-time jobs to Yonkers and Westchester County,” said Brian Cannon, president of UPS’s North Atlantic District. “Thank you to the City of Yonkers for their support of this new UPS facility. We look forward to being an active part of this community.”

The 435,000 square foot sortation and distribution center adds more package processing power to support the growing demand of businesses and residential customers in Yonkers, Westchester Country and across the state. The new facility is scheduled to open to support the busy holiday shopping and shipping season.