Logistics Company Plans to Add 260 Jobs

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An Indianapolis-based logistics company is detailing a big expansion. Spot Freight Inc. plans to invest more than $2 million and add nearly 260 jobs over the next six years. The tech-enabled company currently has over 80 Indiana employees and a handful at a satellite office in North Carolina.

Spot relocated to its current headquarters in November -- the former Jillian's Entertainment building downtown -- a move that tripled its office space. Spot President Andrew Elsener says "Indiana has been an ideal location for Spot from our initial founding through our recent expansion. Indiana's location as a transportation hub provides proximity to many current customers and carriers, while having the added benefit of a strong local university network to continue recruiting the top talent that fuels Spot's aggressive growth.”

Spot was founded in 2009 and is a third-party logistics services provider with "a strong technology focus." The company has been offered up to $1.9 million in conditional tax credits and training grants from the Indiana Economic Development Corp.

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