Celadon semi-truck on the road.

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Companies within the logistics sector in the Indy region are primarily involved in transportation and distribution activities – linking raw material producers, product manufacturers, retailers, and end consumers together. Within the Indianapolis region, logistics activities are concentrated in two historically strong sectors: air transportation and storage and fulfillment services. Major employers include Express ScriptsAmazon, Celadon, and FedEx.

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Employment 2016
93,155
Employment Change 2010-2016
18%
Industry Concentration 2016
1.42
Average Wages 2016
$54,228
Venture Capital Investments
2015-2017 (millions)
$19.4
Number of VC-Funded Deals
2015-2017
2
Patents 2010-2015
28
Patents per 1,000 Population
2010-2015
.014
Establishments 2016
4,803
Establishments - % Change
2010-2016
-2%

Data is for the Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson MSA unless otherwise noted

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