DHL to Spend $47 Million to Expand U.S. Hub

March 16, 2012: DHL Express said it will spend $47 million to upgrade its U.S. package express and cargo sorting facility and capability at the Cincinnati area airport.

The expansion, announced Wednesday, will consist of a new 193,000 square foot facility to handle packages and cargo, which is expected to create about 280 new jobs. The new facility is expected to be open in November.

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