Brentwood-based Comdata Corp. has contracted with Brown Trucking Co. to provide fleet payment solutions. Financial terms of the deal are not being disclosed. Brown Trucking, a subsidiary of Brown Integrated Logistics, has more than 1,000 trucks and is headquartered in Lithonia, Georgia. Read more here.
Officials at the Defense Logistics Agency have granted Brentwood-based AMI Metals another year-long option to its contract to make various aluminum parts. The new work is worth $49 million and will be for several branches of the military.
The first CareSpot location in partnership with HCA Midwest Health System has opened in Overland Park, Kansas. CareSpot, which is based in Brentwood, plans to develop at least four other centers to be opened by the end of 2013 within the Greater Kansas City area. Read more here.
Solomon Builders and Evergreen Real Estate have unveiled the first rendering of their District at Seven Springs luxury apartment project in Brentwood. The two companies, which announced their partnership last August, say they have broken ground on the $40 million, 280-unit project and expect to complete their work by the spring of 2014.
The $40 million apartment project located at 300 Seven Springs Way will consist of one-and two-bedroom units and will feature upscale design components like granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Amenities will include a pool, fitness area, business center and ample surface level parking.
Brentwood-based Swiftwick today announced its cut-resistant hockey sock is now available for general consumer purchase.
NHL players with the Nashville Predators, Florida Panthers, Phoenix Coyotes and Dallas Stars use the sock.
Swiftwick began developing the sock three years ago to deliver superior cut and impact resistance against potentially devastating Achilles tendon injuries, yet also allows players to perform effectively.
“No other sock on the market has ever combined cut-resistance, moisture wicking and compression,” Mark Cleveland, Swiftwick co-founder and CEO, said in a release. “In addition, these socks do not inhibit performance on the ice. We’re able to manage moisture while providing blood flow benefits and the performance enhancement of compression, without compromising the overall feel of the sock.”
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