Nutrition Services recently broke ground on a $2.2 million, 30,000 square foot building to better serve its customers. The company, which specializes in feed for show animals is constructing a new warehouse and retail building in York.
York’s easy access to Interstate 80 and U.S. Highway was one reason the 26-year old company decided to grow in York.
“This facility is a win-win for York and for Nutrition Services,” stated Lisa Hurley, executive director for York County Development Corporation (YCDC). “In our highly competitive business environment, retaining businesses that are growing is critical to the success of communities like ours.”
This project builds on two starts ups, two office space expansions, four retail expansions, six business successions and nine new businesses in York County over the past two years. York County communities are working hard to build upon local talent and business, while keeping an eye on select targeted new business opportunities.
York is served electrically by Nebraska Public Power District’s Retail Division.