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Sunday July 5th, 2015 5:07PM

Local trucking company to increase workforce

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Gainesville-based trucking company GTO 2000, Inc. announced Tuesday it plans to increase the company workforce by 20-percent as soon as 2014.

The company has already started the hiring process, according to President Gregg Gordon.

GTO 2000, Inc. has been in business since 1975, and Gordon attributes the company's longevity to several factors.

"Personal service, quality fulfillment and customer satisfaction...and of course the right folks in your organization to make it happen!"

Gordon said GTO currently employees more than 30 people at its corporate office and is part of a national network of 25 operations offices across the United States.

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