EL PASO, TX – L&F Distributors and the City of El Paso announced the expansion and construction of a new vehicle distribution and maintenance facility.
The City Council approved a $1.3 million incentive agreement that will help support L&F Distributors’ $31 million expansion project.
The family-owned company plans to build a new 225,000-drink distribution warehouse, administrative offices and a vehicle maintenance facility. As part of the performance-based agreement, the company will also retain nearly 200 jobs and create another 30.
“This partnership underscores El Paso and L&F Distributors’ shared goal of progress, development and improving the lives of our fellow citizens,” said El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser, who also highlighted the company’s support of more than 1,200 jobs in the city.
Started in 1978, L&F Distributors owns eight distribution warehouses, serving 35 counties in Texas and southern New Mexico, and remains a multi-generation family-owned business.
The new 19-plus acre building will be located on Burgundy Dr., near the intersection of I-10 and Loop 375, and is scheduled to be completed by the summer of 2025.
“This exciting announcement reaffirms that El Paso’s growing economy is attracting successful companies to invest in our community creating new jobs and opportunities,” said Interim City Manager Cary Westin.