Steam Logistics expanding in Chattanooga creating 400 new jobs

Company provides logistics services for the transportation sector

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – Tennessee officials announce that Steam Logistics will expand their operation in downtown Chattanooga.

They say the $6.8 million investment will bring more than 400 new jobs to the city.

The company will take over the old John Ross building which is next to their current offices at Fourth and Broad.

John Ross Building

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Steam Logistics provides support to transportation clients around the world.

They have supported more than 40 development projects just here in Hamilton County  over the last five years.

TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe notes this is another win for Tennessee in transportation.

“Since 2016, companies in the transportation, distribution and logistics sector have invested $4.5 billion in Tennessee. Steam Logistics’ $7 million investment in Chattanooga will add to that growing number while strengthening Tennessee’s position as a leader in this industry.”

Steam CEO Jason Provonsha says his company is proud to be in Chattanooga.

“We have seen the dramatic growth of our industry in this city, and we look forward to continuing to do our part to drive it forward and to create excellent employment opportunities for the people of this region. The investments we are making are a testament to the supportive business environment in Chattanooga, Hamilton County and Tennessee, and we are excited about the contributions we are making here.”

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