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WebstaurantStore expands in Albany

June 6, 2018 > Posted in Industry, News, News & Events

ADEDC Contact: Reedi Hawkins
Director of Marketing & Research
Albany-Dougherty EDC

WebstaurantStore Contact: Caleb Clugston
Director of Operations

For Immediate Release

June 6, 2018


Albany, Ga. – WebstaurantStore, along with the Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission, today announced the industry’s expansion of its Albany distribution center though the addition of 40 new jobs along with significant pay scale increases.

The industry will be hiring order packers and shipping and receiving material handlers with starting wages of $14 – $18.75 per hour and the earning potential of more than $20 per hour after five years, in all positions.

WebstaurantStore, an online restaurant and kitchen supply retailer, has been located in Albany since 2015, when it announced the community’s selection as the home of its southeastern distribution and customer solutions centers.

The 40 new associates will bring Webstaurant to an approximate total of 230employees at the Albany location.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to expand here in Albany through the addition of 40 new employees, while also increasing our wages,” said Webstaurant Director of Operations Caleb Clugston. ”Our success here at the Albany distribution center is a direct result of focusing on our workplace culture and making sure that we are retaining those employees that meet our culture expectations. We are committed to creating a defined career path within our Albany distribution center.”

In addition to its distribution operations, Webstaurant also maintains a customer solutions center in Albany which works to address the various needs of the company’s global clientele.

“WebstaurantStore is a great business that we’re proud to have worked with to recruit to our community. They located multiples lines of operations here in 2015, employing more than 200 people at their distribution and customer solutions centers,” said Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission President Justin Strickland. “Now, just three years later, we’re proud to see this industry already expanding as a result of its success. They truly are a testament that business thrives in Albany-Dougherty County.”

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The Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission is a public-private partnership whose mission is to foster new investment and job creation through the recruitment, retention and expansion of industry for Albany-Dougherty County.