Michigan-Based Company To Bring New Jobs To London

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/22/2013 12:32 am
Michigan-based Benore Logistic Systems, Inc. (BLS) chose London, Kentucky as a new hub for the company, which will initially mean 30-new jobs, according to the London-Laurel County Industrial Development Authority.

Benore Logistic Systems, Inc. is a third party logistics (3PL) provider of supply chain services and integrated logistics solutions.

BLS's range of services includes end-to-end supply chain from design and consulting through international freight forwarding, transportation and materials management services to information systems.

The company's sectors include Automotive, Chemical, Consumer Goods and Industrial.

The company was founded in 1994 by brothers Jeffery and David Benore.

BLS is headquartered in Erie, Michigan.

Partnering with a new location in Georgetown, Kentucky, BLS will create a drop and hook operation just off exit 38 on 1006 between Kentucky Auto Exchange and Martin's Peterbilt in Laurel County.

BLS expects to hire 30-new employees immediately and grow to 50 or more in 2014, according to the London-Laurel County Industrial Development Authority.

Hiring began October 18th. 

Interested applicants can call 1-877-BLS-HIRE or click here.

This announcement comes on the heels of two major companies locating in London in the last few months.  General Dynamics is bringing 1,100 new jobs and Serco is adding 800 new positions.
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