Logistics provider cutting 76 jobs in Brownsburg

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Pittsburgh-based Genco ATC, a third-party logistics provider, notified state officials on Tuesday that all 76 employees at its Brownsburg facility will lose their jobs in April.

Genco, which operates from 901 Northfield Drive, said a customer did not renew its contract to allow Genco to continue operating there, according to a notice to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.

As a result, Genco anticipates it will no longer be the operator of the facility as of April 30, the company said.

Genco manages roughly 120 warehouses and 37 million square feet of space throughout North America.


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