Melaleuca Expands Operations With 500,000 Square-Foot Distribution Center in the Northland area of Kansas City

Abbey Brightwell-Gray News

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Dec. 18, 2020) – – Melaleuca announced plans today to open a 508,000-square-foot distribution center and warehouse at 11401 N. Congress Avenue in the Northland area of Kansas City, Missouri.

As a manufacturer and online retailer of over 450 exclusive health and wellness products, Melaleuca will invest at least $35.5 million into the facility and create more than 200 jobs within its first year of operation. Melaleuca expects the facility to be ready in early 2022 after renovating the plant formerly owned by Harley Davidson.

Melaleuca anticipates this new distribution center will not only speed up online delivery for customers throughout the Midwest, but also enable faster e-commerce shipping across the country. In early 2021, Melaleuca plans to hire plant administration and other essential staff as the facility is being renovated. People will be able to apply at MelaleucaJobs.com.

PCEDC was proud to work with a number of regional partners in attracting Melaleuca, Inc., to Kansas City, Missouri, including: The State of Missouri, The Kansas City Area Development Council, KC SmartPort, Missouri Partnership, The Economic Development Council of Kansas City, Cushman & Wakefield, Evergy, Spire Energy and Olsson. 

About Melaleuca

Based in Idaho Falls, Idaho, Melaleuca is a privately held health and wellness product manufacturer that produces and sells more than 450 exclusive wellness products for two million households in 19 countries who shop with the company each month. Generating over $2 billion in annual revenue with over 5,200 employees around the world, Melaleuca is one of the largest online retailers. Visit Melaleuca.com for more information.