Netflix to Close Bloomfield DVD Distribution Center Today

Wednesday, Aug 14, 2013  |  Updated 7:37 AM EDT
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Netflix to Close Bloomfield DVD Distribution Center Today

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SAN FRANCISCO - MARCH 30: Red Netflix envelopes sit in a bin of mail at the U.S. Post Office sort center March 30, 2010 in San Francisco, California. Netflix announced September 19, 2011 that they would spin off their DVD by mail service into a separate named company called Qwikster, keeping the Netflix name for their streaming service. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Netflix will close what is left of its Bloomfield DVD distribution center today.

The company released a statement on Monday afternoon stating that this is “due mainly to United States Postal Service transportation and service changes, along with increased internal production efficiencies, resulting a small number of jobs lost.”

Five jobs are impacted, according to the company.

“Netflix DVD members in the area will continue to enjoy the same uninterrupted one day service as they have in the past,” Netflix said in a statement.

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