One of Randa’s two hubs for distribution, the New Orleans Distribution Center processes and ships over 30 million belts and accessories annually. The facility has centralized human resources, logistics, information technology, and customs brokerage teams as well as customer service professionals.
New Orleans, is one of America's most culturally and historically-rich destinations. Randa’s office is located equidistant between the city excitement and state parks and swampland rugged adventures. A city with some of the most famous chefs, rich in music and abundant in festivals almost year round, has no shortage of things to do when not working at Randa.
About New Orleans, LA
Named La Nouvelle-Orléans for Philippe, Duc d'Orléans who reigned as Regent for Louis XV from 1715 to 1723.
The Big Easy, Crescent City, America’s Most Interesting City
350 square miles of which 169 square miles is land and 181 square miles (52%) is water
New Orleans Attractions and Things to Do:
Founded by the French as a strategic port, New Orleans has been the Gulf of Mexico’s busiest northern port since the early 1700s and is one of the busiest ports in America. It became an early magnet for Americans as well as European, African and Caribbean immigrants making New Orleans the cultural gumbo it is today. World famous for its architecture, New Orleans is steeped in history. It has 35,000 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, its St. Charles Avenue line of streetcars is one of the only moving National Historic Landmarks, and it is known as the birthplace of jazz. The city also claims the oldest opera house in America earning itself the name America’s First City of Opera. The annual Mardi Gras dating back to French colonial times and its reputation as being universally considered one of the top three culinary destinations in the world, makes clear why New Orleans’ trademark expression is: “Laissez les bons temps rouler!”
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport