By Ted Griffith, managing director of IT and logistics & distribution, JobsOhio
Ohio continues to attract distribution and fulfillment centers. Macy’s, Amazon and Dollar Tree are the latest companies to open a facility in Ohio. Home to an integrated transportation infrastructure and facilities for UPS, DHL, FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service, Ohio makes it easy for companies to move goods where they need to go.
The heart of North American automotive research since the 1970s
Kristi Tanner, senior managing director of automotive, JobsOhio
Practically everything in the automotive industry has passed through the Transportation Research Center (TRC) since the 1970s. Situated in the midst of automotive technology, discovery and manufacturing, TRC is 4,500 acres dedicated to exploring automotive innovation.
Ohio's freight industry today and where it is going
Ted Griffith, managing director of logistics and distribution, JobsOhio
The future of logistics cannot exist without embracing technology. At the 2017 Ohio Conference on Freight, attendees not only got a look into how Ohio is currently innovating, but also where it should invest in the years to come.
Air, land and water: Ohio's infrastructure has it all
Ted Griffith, JobsOhio managing director, logistics & distribution and information technology
Make it here and ship it anywhere. Ohio has an infrastructure that is almost too good to be true when it comes to logistics advantages. Unlike many other states, Ohio’s logistics and distribution assets offer an omni-channelexperience with a multitude of seamless and flexible choices at your fingertips.
Ohio could become the Silicon Valley of the Midwest
Ted Griffith, JobsOhio managing director for logistics and distribution and information technology
By putting people first and exploring new ways to use technology to reach beyond the tech savvy, Ohio may soon be the epicenter of high-tech transportation. This means big things are in store for such industries as Logistics and Distribution.