Dunkin’ Franchisee Service Company Breaks Ground on New Distribution Center in North Texas

The new, nearly 80K-SF facility in Burleson is being designed by a $3 billion Atlanta-based supply chain management company to offer the flexibility and scalability to accommodate Dunkin's future growth trajectory in the region.

Ground has been broken in Burleson on a new food service distribution center by Atlanta-based National DCP, the $3 billion supply chain management company serving Dunkin’ franchisees.

“We’re proud to support the continued growth of Dunkin’ with the construction of our new Burleson Distribution Center,” National DCP Chief Executive Officer Stephen Down said in a statement. “This centralized location will allow us to better serve members throughout Texas and the region.”

The new center is NDCP’s 10th distribution facility nationwide. The company said it’s partnering with ARCO Design/Build, an Atlanta construction firm, to complete the project. The facility is slated for completion in Q3 of 2025.

Burleson seen as a ‘strategic choice’

Burleson, which is south of Fort Worth off Interstate 35W, was a strategic choice, according to NDCP.

“The city of Burleson has been a terrific partner, and their local investment in education will enrich our future workforce,” Down said.

The new facility spans 79,296 square feet and the building is being designed to offer flexibility and scalability to accommodate Dunkin’s future growth trajectory in the region, National DCP said.

“NDCP’s Burleson DC is a strategic investment that will support our future growth for years to come and help us deliver excellent service to members,” said Sanjay Jain, National DCP board chairman,

“We’re honored to be National DCP’s design-build partner for this project, exemplifying ARCO’s commitment to designing and constructing innovative cold storage solutions,” Brian Osterloh, EVP of ARCO Design/Build, said in a statement. “In collaboration with National DCP and Dunkin’, we’re leveraging our expertise in temperature-controlled environments to design a facility that enhances efficiency, ensures optimal product quality, and accommodates future growth.”

Supports over 10,000 QSRs across the U.S.

National DCPC supports over 10,000 quick service restaurants in the U.S. and distributes products to more than 40 countries.

Its expertise includes strategic sourcing of food and non-food items, equipment services, distribution, business services, supply chain, and full visibility, traceability, continuity, and sustainability of supply.

Every year, NDCPC via its extensive distribution network makes 700,000+ deliveries of over 86 million cases, driving more than 30 million miles, the company said.

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