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SANTA ANA, CA-Ingram Micro, one of the world’s biggest distributors of computer products, will start construction on an 800,000-sf distribution center in Mira Loma this fall and may build another 595,000 sf if demand for its services keeps growing.

The new facility will stand just south of Interstate 15 and Route 60 in Riverside County. It should be completed by next fall and will house about 900 workers, including the 500 who currently work in the company’s Fullerton complex.

The Fullerton facility will be converted into a products-return center, Ingram Micro says. The dollar-value of the new project wasn’t disclosed.

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