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Editorial: Grapevine can be remarkable; let’s insist on it

By The Bakersfield Californian Generally speaking, we fare better when new development is contiguous to existing development, or, better yet, replaces blighted, out-ofplaceor inefficient areas within an established urban footprint. The infrastructure is already in place, water needs are somewhat accounted for and farmland or other resources are not diminished. Tejon Ranch Co.’s proposed development, known…

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Caterpillar dedicates $50 million distribution center near Grapevine

Jan 12, 2013 (The Bakersfield Californian – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX News Network) — Kern County received what may have been the ideal corporate endorsement Friday as Caterpillar Inc. — no small player in the farms and mining operations of the Central Valley — dedicated a 46-acre, $50 million parts distribution center near the…

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Tejon Ranch Commerce Center adds Dollar General distribution center

TEJON RANCH TO SERVE AS THE HUB OF DOLLAR GENERAL’S WESTERN SUPPLY CHAIN Dollar General leases large warehouse facility to serve as its California distribution center TEJON RANCH, Calif. (January 10, 2012) – The partnership of Tejon Ranch Company (NYSE: TRC) and Rockefeller Group Development Corporation, together with Dollar General Corporation (NYSE: DG), today announced…

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Caterpillar Inc. selects Tejon Ranch Commerce Center for new distribution center

Caterpillar to acquire 46 acres at Tejon Ranch Commerce Center to build new parts distribution warehouse New 400,000 SF California Distribution Center will serve Caterpillar dealers and customers throughout the West.  TEJON RANCH, Calif. (November 7, 2011) – Tejon Ranch Co. (NYSE: TRC) announced today that Caterpillar Logistics Inc. (Cat Logistics), a wholly owned subsidiary…

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Tejon Industrial Complex is a sustainable development

A decade ago, many in real estate circles scoffed at the notion that a significant portion of  Southern California largest, most historic and environmentally sensitive tracts of open space could fall under the bulldozer for homes, resorts and distribution facilities. For over a half century, environmentalists, state officials and the courts wrangled with the longtime…

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