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The company plans to add more new jobs and expand operations by April.
Palm Harbor, Florida (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
FreightCenter, one of the fastest-growing freight and logistics service companies in the nation, today announced a 7,000-square-foot expansion of its headquarters for its operations in Palm Harbor.
Recruitment efforts and renovations for the new space will be complete in April, which coincides with the companys prediction to reach 10 million visitors to its website.
To serve the needs of more shippers and businesses, its important that we are able to meet the demand for freight shipping technology and carrier services, said CEO, Matthew J. Brosious, Expanding our office in Palm Harbor is a reflection of our commitment to the community, as well as the growth of our business.
The company relocated its 8,900-square-foot offices in Pasco County to a newly renovated, high-tech office at 34125 U.S. 19 North in Palm Harbor in October 2013. Within three months, the company outgrew 16,000 square feet of new office space and acquired the remaining space to become the single third-floor occupant.
The Palm Harbor area is thrilled with the success and upcoming expansion of FreightCenter. This is a quality company with quality employees, and has already had a great impact on our community, states Jordan Myers, Chairman of The Greater Palm Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce, who is looking forward to growing their business relationship with FreightCenter.
Based out of the Tampa Bay area since 1998, FreightCenter is a third-party freight and logistics company developing web-based technology that simplifies freight shipping for both individual shippers and businesses. FreightCenter offers instant carrier rates and services for LTL, truckload, international, specialized, intermodal and trade show transportation, as well as a freight shipping calculator for e-commerce and API integration for online shopping carts.
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