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Simple Logistics Solutions Establishes Nashville, Tennessee, Operations Center

A new, full truckload freight brokerage, that concentrates in specialized, oversized open deck truck shipments, Simple Logistics Solutions will establish new operations in Nashville, Tennessee. The project is expected to create 92 new jobs.

“On behalf of the entire SiLo team, we are proud to establish our Corporate citizenship here in Nashville. We're excited and ready to grow through diverse local talent from the rich university presence and the solid transportation industry players the state of Tennessee has to offer. Our recent investment in our downtown Nashville office space has positioned us with a reliable location to bring in both experienced and entry level professionals that will support our continued growth. A sincere thanks to Governor Lee and his team who have supported us from the start,” said Luke Hilko, vice president, SiLO.

The company works with both shippers and carriers to arrange the safe transport of goods and services across the United States and Canada. SiLo will invest nearly $712,000 in its headquarters operations at 414 Union St. in Nashville.

“Tennessee’s transportation and logistics industry continues to gain momentum with more than 227,000 Tennesseans employed in this sector. We appreciate SiLo for choosing to establish its headquarters in Nashville, adding to the robust business landscape of Middle Tennessee,” TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe noted.

“TVA and Nashville Electric Service congratulate SiLo-Simple Logistics Solutions on its decision to locate operations in Nashville. Fostering new job opportunities and investment in the Valley is central to TVA’s mission of service. We are proud to partner with the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to help further that mission and celebrate this announcement,” said John Bradley, TVA senior vice president of Economic Development.

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