Foot Locker, Inc. opened a new distribution center in Reno, NV. The more than $40 million, 465,000-square-foot facility will support the company’s distribution of more than 20 million units and support over 300 stores on the West Coast. The facility will also cut shipping times in the region “by more than 50 percent.”

As part of Footlocker’s ESG strategy, the facility uses reclaimed water, LED lighting, recycled materials, and reflective ceilings.

“The opening of this new distribution center is an important milestone moment for Foot Locker,” said Mary Dillon, president and chief executive officer. “As we continue to take important steps to evolve our omnichannel capabilities and provide a more seamless experience for our customers, investments and facilities like these are preparing us for continued success.”

The distribution center, FL’s second largest in the U.S., will service Foot Locker, Kids Foot Locker, and Champs Sports store on the West Coast, including digital and website properties.