INDIANAPOLIS – Langham Logistics continues to grow with the addition of approximately $1 million in capital investment in their northwest side facility. Along with the facility expansion, Langham Logistics is targeted to add approximately 20 new full time positions for Indiana resident employees over the next few years.
“With the help of the IEDC, we are excited about the opportunity to continue to grow Langham to be a strong transportation and logistics presence in Indiana, the crossroads of America” comments Cathy Langham, one of three owners of the company. Langham also has facilities in Evansville and Los Angeles.
The IEDC will grant up to $40,000 from the Skills Enhancement Fund and up to $89,000 in EDGE tax credits over the next 10 years.
Langham opened its doors in 1988 to fill a void in the logistics marketplace. As an expert third-party logistics company, Langham has combined a refreshing business philosophy of customer service with a tireless work ethic. Fueled by the passion of its three sibling founders, Cathy, Margaret, and John Langham, as well as a nimble, responsive team, the company’s mindshare has brought the creative thinking, innovation and flexibility often absent in larger logistics corporations.
Langham prides itself on demystifying the shipping process for Fortune 500 companies, as well as small to mid-sized companies focused on life sciences, industrial products, manufacturing and retail. The company offers a single-point solution for all modes of transportation and all types of fulfillment and distribution, ultimately helping companies reduce logistics costs and improve transit times. For more information, please contact Holly Reynolds.