Zipline Logistics will invest approximately $200,000 in IT equipment and training, while adding 40 additional employees and nearly triple its workforce over the next three years, in the Columbus, Ohio
To accommodate its growth, the company will move from its existing Grandview Heights production facility to a larger, yet to be determined, site within the Columbus Region, said Columbus 2020
, a public-private partnership promoting the region’s economic development and talented workforce.
“The Columbus Region has been a great place to start a logistics business,” said Walter Lynch, CEO, Zipline Logistics. “The Region has invested heavily to ensure it remains a major logistics hub.”
A national transportation firm focused on customer service and using the highest quality carriers, Zipline Logistics has earned local and national recognition as being one of the fastest growing private companies in America, Columbus 2020 said.