Family-Owned Integrity Express Logistics Expands HQ in Ohio

The expansion will give the company access to talent to support the increased demand for its logistics services
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Company Name: Integrity Express Logistics
Location: Blue Ash
Industry Sector: Logistics and Distribution
Company Profile: Integrity Express Logistics is a family-owned logistics company that specializes in local trucking with innovative technology and operational efficiency to customize logistics solutions. Founded in 2007, IEL established its current headquarters in Blue Ash in 2017 and operates eight locations across the U.S.
Company Website: www.ielfreight.com

Project Summary:

  • Type of Project: Expansion
  • Jobs:
    • Jobs committed: 45
    • Jobs retained:  248
    • Types of jobs: Sales and IT positions, among others.

Company Need:

With a high demand for shipping goods throughout the U.S., fueled by the coronavirus pandemic, Integrity Express Logistics (IEL) has been able to take advantage of the growth in the third-party logistics industry to offer its custom solutions to more customers across the country.

The company needs to meet the increase in demand for its logistics services.

Testimonial:

“We are very excited to continue our growth at our current headquarters. Ohio continues to be a place that fosters the growth of our business due to its lower taxes, pro-business mindset and wonderful people. IEL has seen tremendous growth in this region, and to be able to work with organizations such as Jobs Ohio, REDI Cincinnati, and the city of Blue Ash to continue this journey, has been a true pleasure.” – Peter Ventura, co-founder and partner, Integrity Express Logistics

Why Ohio?

IEL plans to expand at its headquarters in Blue Ash, Ohio, just outside of Cincinnatti. The central location of IEL’s headquarters in Blue Ash has been a valuable asset as the company seeks to expand its reach and recruit new talent.

Ohio is just a one-day drive from more than 60 percent of U.S. and Canadian populations. Logistics companies have access to a large pool of reliable and skilled workers. Over 150 educational providers in Ohio offer various degrees, certificates and programs related to occupations within the logistics and distribution industry.

Collaborators:

REDI Cincinnati, JobsOhio, and the Ohio Development Services Agency