OHL, a provider of third-party logistics (3PL) support and services, will invest more than $11 million to expand its operations in Plainfield, Indiana, according to the Indiana governor's office. Up to 120 new jobs will be created with the project, along with additional training opportunities for the company's existing 400-person work force; hiring for the new positions is expected to begin immediately. "Because of the location and the quality of the work force, Plainfield has proven to be an ideal place for us to expand our operations," says Nathan Sanders, the Tennessee-headquartered company's regional vice president. Incentives offered to the company include a $200,000 training grant from the state.
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