Daiso Expands in Dallas with Second Store and Distribution Center

Japanese retailer Daiso is set to open its biggest Dallas store in November, an 8,300-square-foot space at The Shops at Park Lane. This follows American Girl’s recent move announcement, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say, 

“Japanese retailer Daiso has plans for a second Dallas store and it will be the biggest in the Dallas-Fort Worth market.

Daiso plans to open an 8,300-square-foot store in The Shops at Park Lane in November, the retailer said. It’s the second new notable lease for The Shops at Park Lane. Last month, American Girl confirmed it’s moving there early next year from Galleria Dallas.”

The collaboration with Flexe and JT Logistics brings together industry leaders to enhance operational capabilities and ensure efficient delivery for Daiso’s customers, Yahoo! Finance article which reports, 

“The collaboration with Flexe and JT Logistics brings together the expertise and capabilities of two renowned industry leaders. Flexe, the programmatic logistics leader, delivers supply chain flexibility through its technology platform and warehouse network. JT Logistics, a leading logistics service provider and Flexe Logistics Network operator, offers its expertise in managing seamless distribution operations.

“We are thrilled to announce the opening of our new distribution center in Texas,” said Marie Christensen, VP of Supply Chain for Daiso. “This facility will not only enable us to enhance our operational capabilities but also ensure timely and efficient delivery of our products to our valued customers. We are excited to partner with Flexe and JT Logistics, and we are confident that their expertise will play a crucial role in our growth strategy.””

Lance Twitty, Daiso’s chief merchandising and supply chain officer, emphasized Texas’ central location, enabling more stores and e-commerce growth. Daiso entered the U.S. market in 2005, initially along the West Coast.