JLE Industries, a transportation and logistics company serving the energy and infrastructure industries, will invest more than $9 million to acquire and refurbish a 50,000 square foot facility to serve as its corporate headquarters in Dunbar Township, Pennsylvania. The company plans to create 80 jobs in Fayette County.
“The opening of this facility commemorates a milestone in our journey to become the premier transportation, logistics and energy field service company in the Appalachian Basin,” said company Co-owner/CEO Jason Adamasky. “This state of the art facility, which will house more than 150 JLE associates, will be the epicenter and strategic hub for continued growth of our business.”
As an incentive the company received a $150,000 Pennsylvania First Program Grant and $160,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.
Acquiring the project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team in collaboration with Fay-Penn Economic Development. Governor Tom Wolfe said “the energy industry continues to drive job creation and investment.”