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FreightCenter ramps up hiring efforts, announces expansion and office relocation
Due to continued growth, Chairman of the Board and Owner James Brosious announces plans to expand and relocate his company FreightCenter, Inc. to a new office in northern Pinellas County beginning in 2013.The freight service provider will relocate its Trinity-based operations to a larger corporate park in the Highland Lakes area of Palm Harbor. The move is expected to triple office space and allow for the addition of 60 new employees.
In anticipation of the move, FreightCenter is seeking resumes from interested applicants who are willing to start employment at its current office located at 7916 Evolutions Way. ‘We are looking for people who are willing to commute a short distance north for a few months,’ says HR Manager Tiffany Brown. ‘New hires can expect to continue working out of our new office in Palm Harbor after the new year.’
Intending to increase staff by more than 30-percent, the company’s expansion comes ahead of plans to double annual revenues for a fourth consecutive year. ‘We are outgrowing our current location in Pasco and the new office space will accommodate our existing staff, as well as make room for dozens of new account managers,’ says Brown.
The new location accommodates up to 170 staff members and supports further growth and development. The significant increase in square footage allows FreightCenter to provide an environment where its highly experienced and skilled team of account managers, corporate staff and development group can continue to support, develop and deploy its advanced transportation management software.
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