Technology Analysis Corporation (TAC) and SWG Inc. (SWG), two Northeastern Pennsylvania based telecommunications companies specializing in the sale, design, implementation, and deployment of wireless and wired broadband networks, have leased 6,015 square feet of flex space from Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services.
The companies, which also specialize in the repair and acquisition of communications equipment, will occupy space at 1127 Mid Valley Drive in the Mid Valley Industrial Park in Olyphant Borough by the end of February, 2014.
A. Duie Pyle, one of the Northeastern United States’ top truckload, less than truckload and warehousing and distribution companies, will construct a two-building industrial complex in Grimes Industrial Park, Pittston Township.
The complex will consist of an expandable 32,795 square foot terminal with an attached office and an 8,505 square foot maintenance building. The 12.95 acre project site is located on Sathers Drive and has been fully prepared by Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services through the developer’s ReadyToGo Program™.
Headquartered in West Chester, Pennsylvania, A. Duie Pyle is privately owned and is considered the Northeast's premier asset based supply chain solutions provider with extended less than truckload (LTL) service coverage into the Southeast, Midwest, and Canada. The company provides a complete range of integrated supply chain solutions including LTL, truckload, dedicated, brokerage, and warehouse and distribution.
Mericle Commercial Real Estate Services has leased approximately 64,000 square feet of office space in CenterPoint Commerce & Trade Park East to MAXIMUS, a leading operator of government health and human services programs.
The firm will create 500 to 700 jobs with average salaries ranging from $30,000 to $36,000.
MAXIMUS becomes the anchor tenant in the 120,000 square foot flex building constructed by Mericle at 575 Keystone Avenue in CenterPoint’s Phase IIC section in Jenkins Township. Mericle developed the building on speculation as part its ReadyToGo Program™.
“Northeastern Pennsylvania is fast becoming a major hub for E-Commerce fulfillment centers. At least 17 of the top E-Commerce companies in the U.S. have major distribution centers here. The region’s five interstate highways, close proximity to the consumption zones of the East Coast, a dedicated and available workforce, FedEx and UPS service, and an excellent supply of buildings and sites, are all contributing to this growth.”