Logistics Center Opens With 170 New Jobs ({{commentsTotal}})


Logistika Pluss opened a new, 24,000 square meter logistics center just east of Tallinn on Monday, creating 170 jobs.

The head of the company, Toomas Orutar, told ERR radio on Monday that the building cost 7 to 8 million euros and will hold mostly electronic goods from Europe and Asia.

The development could be good news for the nearby town of Loksa, population 3,000, which lost 500 jobs a few years ago due to the closing of a shipyard.

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