PHILADELPHIA – An on-demand delivery service confirmed plans Monday to build a technology and distribution center that’s expected to create more than 600 jobs at a Gloucester County site.
The firm, goPuff, said it expects to open a 300,000-square-foot facility on the border of Glassboro and Harrison Township by the end of 2019.
“When we are ready to start recruiting for positions, people can visit our website at gopuff.com,” said goPuff spokeswoman Liz Romaine.
She said the firm has no “target time” for new hiring at the planned facility near Route 55.
The “digital convenience retailer,” founded five years ago by two college students, delivers snacks, groceries and other products.