Celadon set to build $5 million driver training center

The Indianpolis Business Journal reported Wednesday that national fleet Celadon Group — based in Indianapolis — has in the works a $5.25 million driver-training center as a continuation of a new driver program the company launched late in 2012 that is aimed somewhat at offering opportunities to locals “in the midst of career transition,” IBJ says. The facility will add about 182 jobs. 

The report says the facility could be open by the end of summer 2013 and will have a fitness center and dormitory for drivers and will be roughly 60,000 square feet.

For more information, see IBJ’s report.


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