Jobs and Pride Continue to Grow in Martinsville, Virginia
GSI recently announced the expansion of the Martinsville fulfillment facility in Henry County, Virginia. The partnership with Henry County began in 2007 when we acquired the facility.
Both Henry County and GSI are excited about this continued relationship and the bright future it holds as the expansion will bring more than 60 jobs to the community. During an event held at the Henry County Administration Building, Jim Cheng, Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade, expressed his appreciation for GSI’s ongoing support in Henry County and presented Mike Bomba, GSI vice president of fulfillment, with a check for $75,000 from the Governor’s Opportunity Fund to support the company’s recruitment and training activities. As a further sign of appreciation, Cheng also gave Bomba a state of Virginia flag to proudly fly outside the new facility.
The expansion allows GSI to attract and support new clients. Following the Martinsville event, GSI announced its new partnership with Hanover Direct. Hanover Direct offers home fashions, apparel and gift brands to consumers through a portfolio of catalogs and ecommerce platforms, including The Company Store® and Company Kids brands. GSI will handle fulfillment, freight and warehouse management for Hanover Direct from the Martinsville facility. In the press release, Hanover Direct CEO, Don Kelly, stated GSI’s proven record in efficient execution and its ability to help Hanover grow the business allows them to focus on their core strengths, including marketing, branding, merchandising and customer service. They look forward to good things to come with GSI.
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