KGP Logistics announced the expansion of its facilities in Warsaw today. The company will open its second location next month, leading to the creation of 140 jobs.
The new facility will accommodate an increase in production for the KGP’s planned in-factory fiber optic cable splicing work. The increased production will allow KGP to offer 75 new assembly jobs with expected growth to 140 employees by 2017.
“We are excited about this expansion of a company in the critical field of high technology telecommunications,” said George Robertson, President of Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation.
The new production work is the result of several new contracts acquired by the company in 2015. KGP’s facilities have been in operation in Warsaw since its acquisition of EMBARQ Logistics in 2009.
People interested in applying for the new jobs should contact Staffmark or Express Employment Services.