AFN Announces Spring 2013 College Campus Recruitment Schedule

AFN, an award winning logistics company, is adding 75 new positions in 2013 Chicago, January 23, 2013 — AFN an award-winning logistics and supply chain company, has released its 2013 spring schedule for on-campus interviews and information sessions for open jobs. The company, which is located in the Chicago suburb of Niles, Illinois, plans to add over 75 new positions in 2013. To help fill these positions, AFN is actively recruiting new and recent college graduates from colleges and universities in the Midwest, including Indiana University, Miami University (Ohio), Bradley University, University of Iowa and Northern Illinois University. A complete list of the career fairs and interview sessions can be found on the AFN website. AFN is hiring for multiple entry-level positions in the rapidly growing field of logistics and supply chain management.

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The company, founded ten years ago, has won numerous awards within the industry and as an employer. “We’ve recently been recognized as a Top 50 Employer for Gen Y Emerging Talent for building a great corporate culture where recent college grads are given the tools and the training to succeed in a growing industry. In addition to an above average salary and benefits package, we offer a work environment that’s fun, challenging and rewarding,” said Kira Meinzer, Vice President of Human Resources. Interested candidates can view position descriptions on AFN’s website and/or sign up online for the sessions through their university’s career services centers.

About AFN
Serving motor carriers, manufacturers and retailers since 2003, AFN (formerly known as Advantage Freight Network) is an award-winning leader in freight brokerage, third party logistics and transportation management services. We are known for our commitment to client service, our proactive approach to fighting cargo theft and our expertise in retail compliance. To learn more about AFN, visit or call 877-LOAD-AFN.