EASE Logistics Plans Dublin, Ohio, Global Headquarters
Located at 6000 Perimeter Drive, the newly renovated headquarters will be known as the EASE Building. The company will invest in real estate, repairs and sustainability measures.
“We are excited to continue to grow in Dublin, and our new global headquarters will allow EASE to create additional jobs for the great workforce that’s already in the Columbus Region,” said Peter Coratola, president & CEO at EASE. “Community impact is one of the most important initiatives for EASE, so we look forward to bringing the community inside our building to decorate the halls, install artwork by local artists and creatively highlight our homegrown roots.”
Founded in Dublin in 2014, EASE Logistics offers a range of supply chain and transportation solutions that assist in delivering products and goods to customers through its global network.
“The need to move goods quickly, safely and at the right temperature has never been more apparent, and EASE Logistics investment demonstrates Ohio’s leading role in establishing a stronger, more efficient global supply chain,” noted J.P. Nauseef, president and CEO of JobsOhio. “The company’s decision to establish an expanded headquarters in Dublin will revitalize a vacant building while creating 140 new jobs to support growing demand for EASE Logistics’ customers worldwide.”
“Watching EASE’s year-over-year growth has been so exciting, and we’re thrilled they’ve selected Dublin for their new global headquarters,” added Director of Economic Development Jennifer Klus. “EASE has been an incredible community partner for Dublin, and their long-term focus on making sure the new building supports their community and fellow business partners speaks highly of their stewardship to the City. This is an exciting venture for all of Dublin.”
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