GREER, SC (FOX Carolina) Rudolph Logistics Group plans, a German based logistics company, plans to open a warehouse in Spartanburg County and create at least150 new jobs as part of an $18 million capital investment, according to the SC Department of Commerce.According to a news release, Rudolph Logistics Group is a global logistics and supply chain company that develops and provides comprehensive solutions for various industries, with an emphasis on the automotive and transportation sectors.Rudolph will be moving in to a 171,000 square foot facility in the Caliber North Business Park in Greer. The Greer warehouse will focus on automotive industry clients.Hiring for the new positions is expected to begin in October 2017. For highest student GPAsUpdated: Sunday, March 25 2018 8:23 PM EDT2018 03 26 00:23:36 GMTA recent study by Insurify has ranked South Carolina number one in the nation for having the highest average GPA, nationwide.A recent study by Insurify has ranked South Carolina number one in the nation for having the highest average GPA, nationwide.Greenville Co.
If Pennington had not suffered a series of debilitating shoulder injuries that required surgery, he might still be the Jets quarterback. But they cut him in 2008 after trading for Brett Favre, who lasted one dismal season. Then there were four years of Mark Sanchez and now it’s the second year of Smith..
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“He was making a statement. He was everywhere (on the field) and made tackles every time. He was unstoppable.”BEGINNING OF THE ENDMacLeod quickly learned more drawbacks of the professional game, getting knocked unconscious twice and then rupturing his Achilles’ tendon, courtesy of a hit by Detroit Lions tight end Charlie Sanders in the final exhibition game of the 1976 season.”And that was pretty much the end of me, I wasn’t the same player after that,” MacLeod said.