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Ohio-Based Integrity Express Logistics Expands in Tampa

Integrity Express Logistics

Ohio-based Integrity Express Logistics has opened a branch office in Tampa, Florida, with 20 employees and plans to hire 50 more in the coming months.

The freight brokerage company, which matches freight with the trucks to haul it joins those firms that have recently relocated or expanded in Hillsborough County, including Amazon, BlueGrace Logistics, C&S Wholesale Grocers, Cody Talbert Distribution and Dart Container.

The company is hiring. Those interested can visit Pay starts in the mid-$40,000 range, but Pete Ventura, one of the company’s three owners, said most positions are in sales, so salaries could climb in to the six-figure range within a few years.

Integrity Express Logistics ranks No. 38 on the Transport Topics 2015 top brokerage firms list.

The company, which brokers freight transportation for everything from produce to plastics and timber, received $150,000 in incentives through the state’s Qualified Targeted Industries program, with Hillsborough County paying $30,000 of that and the state kicking in the remainder of the incentives for the 50 jobs. The company has to show proof that it hired positions paying about $49,000 each before it receives the incentives.

The Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corp. worked with Enterprise Florida to finalize the deal. EDC is the lead designated economic development agency for Hillsborough County, Tampa, Temple Terrace and Plant City. The partnership between the public sector and private corporate investors works to attract and retain companies and arrange incentives for expansions as well.

Integrity Express Logistics, based in Cincinnati with satellite locations in Georgia and California, has moved into a 5,000-square-foot suite on Eisenhower Boulevard South, northwest of Tampa International Airport. Gov. Rick Scott was in town Jan. 4 to announce the expansion and the additional positions the company plans to hire.

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By Yvette C. Hammett
Tampa (Fla.) Tribune


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