Xpress Technologies expands footprint in Chicago’s River North Neighborhood

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Xpress Technologies, our reimagined digital brokerage offering, recently announced a significant expansion in Chicago, one of the nation’s foremost transportation and logistics hubs. Our 10-year lease of 40,000 square feet will house upwards of 150 employees, complementing our existing hubs in Chattanooga, Scottsdale, and Boulder.

Located at 306 West Erie Street in the River North neighborhood, the space mixes the history of Chicago in the original structure yet boasts a host of modern features with a new addition. It has excellent natural light and provides the open floorplan necessary to design a modern workplace conducive to a hybrid style of individual work and on-site collaboration. Additionally, it’s located in a central neighborhood with easy access to public transit, helping to attract the highly skilled workforce Xpress Technologies continues to curate.

“We’re actively hiring in Chicago now and will continue to expand our team over the next couple of years,” said Joel Gard, President of Xpress Technologies. “We have amazing career opportunities for anyone who has grit and chooses to be part of a growing team that is building solutions for the $800 billion transportation market.”

Through carrier enablement, Xpress Technologies better supports shippers facing supply chain volatility. This system helps move goods on time and provides greater visibility into operations. At the same time, carriers are busier than ever, and Xpress Technologies delivers ease with access to consistent, equitably priced freight. For more about Xpress Technologies shipper and carrier solutions, visit our website.

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