Monday , January 18 2021

Business

Wine company to consolidate

A winemaker in southwest Riverside County has agreed to lease space in Temecula and will move all of its operations there. Cali Wine & Vine has leased 47,800 square feet of industrial space at 43085 Business Park Drive that will serve as its headquarters, according to a statement released by …

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Bed, Bath & Beyond to close stores

Bed, Bath & Beyond has announced that it plans to close 40 stores this year. That figure includes four Southern California stores that have already been shuttered, according to multiple reports. The stores are located in 19 states, and all are expected to be out of business within six months. …

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Warehouses are overwhelmed with online returns

QVC Opens Inland Empire Logistics Facility

Too many items bought via the internet are being returned, and thats’s wreaking havoc on the logistics industry. So far, no one has come up with a solution. Christmas is the time of giving, and receiving. January and February, apparently, is the time of returning. Final sales numbers for the …

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Highway project to improve ONT access

A Central California construction company has been awarded a $14 million contract by the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority. Granite Construction in Watsonville will undertake the Archibald Avenue Improvement Project at the 60 Freeway, which will improve access to Ontario International Airport, according to a statement. Granite will rebuild and …

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ONT performed spectacularly in 2019

OIA Passenger, Cargo Count Both Up

Two thousand and nineteen was another stellar year for Ontario International Airport. An estimated 5.5 million air travelers passed through the airport last year, the most since 2008, according to data released by the Ontario International Airport Authority. The fastest-growing airport in the United States also increased its cargo haul …

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See’s Candies to hold grand opening

See’s Candies will hold a grand opening Friday at its Jurupa Valley store. A ribbon-cutting is scheduled to be held 9:30 a.m., and the first 100 people on attendance will receive a free See’s tote bag, according to a statement. Anyone who makes a purchase of $25 or more will …

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