Chattanooga, TN – According to the statement, this project includes expanding operations into the John Ross Building adding onto Steam Logistics existing offices at the corner of Broad and Fourth Streets.

Gov. Bill Lee’s Office says that this project will create more than 400 new jobs.

Steam provides integrated logistics solutions across international, drayage and domestic transportation modes to more than 2,000 customers globally.

The CEO of Steam Logistics, Jason Provonsha, released the following statement:.

“We are proud to be a Tennessee business and to call Chattanooga our home. We have seen the dramatic growth of our industry in this city, and we look forward to continuing to do our part to drive it forward and to create excellent employment opportunities for the people of this region.

The investments we are making are a testament to the supportive business environment in Chattanooga, Hamilton County and Tennessee, and we are excited about the contributions we are making here.”