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Inxeption Opens Louisville, Kentucky, Headquarters

Inxeption, an industrial commerce and supply chain digitization company, opened its new headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky. The $125 million project is expected to create 200 jobs over the next five years.

The facility is located in an 18,000-square-foot space on the 29th floor of the PNC Tower in downtown. Since the start of 2022, the company’s domestic logistics business has expanded by more than 180% with increased demand for real-time quoting and same-day truckload and LTL bookings.

“Inxeption is creating a revolution in industrial commerce by bridging ‘supply chain as a service’ applications with an unparalleled digital commerce platform,” said Farzad Dibachi, Inxeption co-founder and CEO. “Our new supply chain and operations headquarters in Louisville ensures we have the space to grow to meet the evolving needs of our customers. We have found fantastic talent and are delighted to promote economic growth in the great commonwealth of Kentucky.”

The company’s secure and scalable cloud-based digital commerce platform provides industrial and supply chain businesses with on-demand capital, data, products and services. Inxeption helps companies of any size and industry drive sales, gain operational visibility and realize cost savings. In addition to its new Louisville headquarters, the company maintains offices in Atlanta, Chicago and Cupertino, California.

“I would like to welcome Inxeption’s continued investment in the commonwealth and the 200 jobs the company will create in the coming years,” added Governor Andy Beshear. “Innovative, tech-based companies are an important part of our continued effort to move Kentucky forward and create quality opportunities for our residents. I am glad Inxeption is part of that vision and look forward to the company’s continued success in our state.”

Inxeption provides industrial manufacturers with secure multimodal shipments through a single user interface. Its international logistics business grew by 270% in the first half of 2022, as the company supported U.S. import and export business.

“Congratulations to Inxeption on the opening of its new downtown headquarters, which continues its strong growth in our community,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. “Louisville is rapidly upskilling its workforce through innovative partnerships with companies such as Microsoft, IBM and Humana and strategic investments in proven programs such as Code Louisville. As a result, companies like Inxeption can find the tech talent they need to grow, while taking advantage of the competitive cost of business and central location that make Louisville the right fit for B2B companies.”

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