PepsiCo Beverages North America (PBNA) broke ground on its new 1.2 million square foot manufacturing facility at the Denver High Point development area, with Colorado local government representatives, community partners, and 250+ local PBNA employees in attendance at the groundbreaking ceremony.
The new facility will be PepsiCo’s largest and most sustainable domestic outpost, serving as a model for future PBNA operations.
Scheduled to open in 2023, the High Point facility will have three times the manufacturing capacity of its current facility and will create nearly 250 new jobs in the Denver area, in addition to retaining all 250 current employees who will be upskilled as needed to operate the new innovative manufacturing equipment.
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