Pitney Bowes moving 30 jobs to Indianapolis area

Pitney Bowes Inc. is closing operations in the southwest Ohio city of Miamisburg, costing Ohio 75 jobs but giving the Indianapolis
area about 30 new ones.

Company spokesman Matt Broder said some operations will move to the company’s location
in Whitestown and others will be outsourced to the freight-forwarding company CEVA Logistics.

The Stamford, Conn.-based
mail- and document-management company says the move is part of an effort to consolidate operations and become more efficient.
The Ohio workers’ positions will be cut in phases over this year.

Miamisburg City Manager Keith Johnson said he
is disappointed but not surprised by the move. The company has been in Miamisburg for more than 25 years.

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