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FFC to invest $300 million in Hendry County, Fl., employ 350

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Florida Fuel Connection (FFC) will establish a petroleum product logistics and distribution facility in Hendry County, near the city of LaBelle, Florida.

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The project will create nearly 300 construction jobs over a 14 month period and 50 full-time jobs, with a capital investment of more than $300 million. FFC projects to add a second facility in South Florida in 2017.

When complete, the Hendry County and South Florida facilities will receive and distribute petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel and aviation fuel.

With nearly 3,000 miles of freight rail track and 12,000 miles of highway, Florida has an ability to get products and services where they need to go. In addition to nearly 20 million residents, the state’s infrastructure supports more than 95 million visitors annually.

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