Leading freight and logistics company AFC Logistics’ new office location benefits the industry, customers and employees
AFC Logistics, a leading freight and logistics company, announced today it has selected the property for its new office building, which is located near the upcoming Water Street Development in Tampa’s booming Channel District. Engineering company AI Collaborative recently completed the property analysis, making way for construction company iConstructors to begin renovating the in-demand office space.
Conveniently located near the home of Florida’s largest seaport the Port of Tampa, which processes 33 million tons of cargo a year, AFC Logistics’ new location will provide easy access to shippers and carriers who want to consult with the team’s knowledgeable staff that is constantly growing.
The new office location is a major selling point for current and potential employees, as its beautiful downstairs hosts a bar, cornhole, fire pits and an inviting gathering area. On-property gym membership is also a perk for becoming an employee of the company. In addition to being conveniently located next door to well-known and boutique restaurants and shops, there are plenty of living options nearby, from apartments to condos, as well as new homes being constructed.
The AFC Logistics team is growing, and with a revenue goal of $300M and plans to hire up to 150 employees within three years to accomplish the goal, the new office space is certainly needed following the company’s recent relocation of its headquarters to Tampa.
About AFC Logistics
AFC Logistics is a leading tech-forward, people-backed freight broker that provides freight solutions, industry experience and trusted relationships to more than 1,000 shippers and carriers, including 19 of the Fortune 500 companies. Established in 2016 and now headquartered in Tampa, Fla., AFC Logistics is a division of AFC Transport, a Top 30 specialized trucking company founded in 2012, with headquarters in Gary, Ind. For more information, visit www.afctransport.com.
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