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Inside Business: Bergseth Bros. building new headquarters/warehouse

FARGO-Bergseth Bros., a wholesale distributor of beer since 1946, has started work on a new 100,000-square-foot distribution center and headquarters in Fargo.

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FARGO-Bergseth Bros., a wholesale distributor of beer since 1946, has started work on a new 100,000-square-foot distribution center and headquarters in Fargo.

The facility will be located at 1211 47th St. N., just north of 12th Avenue.

It is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

"We are very excited about the growth and expansion into our new warehouse space," said Richard Bergseth, company president.

"The building is testimony to the vitality of our communities, support by our customers and suppliers and the efforts of our employees," he added.

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Bergseth Bros. employs 37 people and expects to add to that number once the new warehouse is completed.

When the company moves into its new headquarters and warehouse, it will lease its former space at 501 23rd St. N.

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