CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. (July 24, 2017) – Dot Foods, the nation’s largest food industry redistributor, is proud to celebrate 10 years as a member of the Cambridge City, Indiana, community. In the last decade, Dot Foods Indiana has experienced incredible growth. When the facility opened in October 2007, it employed 50 people. The Dot Foods Indiana family now includes more than 250 people working in warehouse, administrative and transportation roles. Forty of the founding Indiana employees remain at the facility today.

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CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. (July 18, 2017) – Dot Foods, the nation’s largest food industry redistributor, congratulates Cambridge City order selector Ross Ragan for earning top honors in the order picker competition at the company’s 2017 Forklift Rodeo National Championship. Ragan, of New Castle, Indiana, is an eight-year Dot employee. This year marked his second as a finalist in the National Championship. Ragan’s first appearance in the finals came in 2015 when he qualified on the forklift.

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Due to the company’s growth, DTI is looking to hire up to 50 truck drivers to be based out of their Cambridge City, Indiana, distribution center. The cost for truck driving school is approximately $5,000, and under this new program, students will receive a weekly salary of $500 while attending.

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