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Implus, a Durham, NC based footwear and outdoor accessories business has grown quickly after acquiring three companies in recent months and having been acquired itself by a Boston private equity firm last year. The company's 310,000 square foot main administration and order fulfillment warehouse is already full to capacity. The company is having a new 135,000 square foot facility built next door to its 2001 T.W. Alexander Drive location. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
Implus, a Durham, NC based footwear and outdoor accessories business has grown quickly after acquiring three companies in recent months and having been acquired itself by a Boston private equity firm last year. The company's 310,000 square foot main administration and order fulfillment warehouse is already full to capacity. The company is having a new 135,000 square foot facility built next door to its 2001 T.W. Alexander Drive location. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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