EDGERTON, Kan. (AP) - A global transportation and supply chain management company is closing its Edgerton location, putting 136 people out of work.
Joseph Checkler, spokesman for XPO Logistics says the company's main customer closed its operations in Edgerton. He didn't identify the customer.
KCUR reports the employees were informed of the shutdown earlier this month.
The company, headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut, is one of the world's largest providers of transportation and logistics services.
In Edgerton, it operated in the 1,700-acre Logistics Park, a rail intermodal and warehouse district that has been a boon for the Edgerton economy.