“Campbell Heights’ strategic location and access to talent puts it in high demand,” says Mayor Doug McCallum. “The boom we are seeing in Campbell Heights can also be attributed to Surrey’s resilient economy and our diversified industrial base. The interest in Campbell Heights shows no sign of slowing as more companies have committed to expand or set up shop at this sought-after location. The City of Surrey is continually working to create industrial opportunities to attract innovative companies that will bring quality jobs to Surrey residents.”
Sobey’s and Amazon are among the major corporations that have set up their state-of-the-art fulfillment hubs in Campbell Heights, building efficiencies and improving customer satisfaction in their distribution chain at this strategic location. In 2021, McKesson Canada, a global health care company, will be among the prominent businesses moving into Campbell Heights where a distribution centre for medicine and health equipment will be set up. In fact, Campbell Heights is not only attracting large multi-national companies, but also accommodating rapidly expanding mid-sized companies looking to grow within the Metro Vancouver region.
The food processing sector is an example of a high growth area, with Pace Processing doubling their local footprint, and Nanak Foods also recently announcing plans to expand by 85% into 185,000 square foot building for food processing, which is projected to add an additional 100 employees.
In an environment of growing regional industrial land scarcity, Campbell Heights continues to attract strong interest for investment attraction and business expansion. Currently, the City of Surrey is working with 34 businesses looking to potentially locate in the area. The City is also planning the South Campbell Heights expansion, which includes up to 350 additional acres of business employment lands and an additional 207 acres of conservation area.