XPO Logistics announces 300+ layoffs at Northeast Fort Worth facility

XPO Logistics plans to lay off 304 workers at its AllianceTexas facility in Roanoke. (Courtesy XPO Logistics)
XPO Logistics plans to lay off 304 workers at its AllianceTexas facility in Roanoke. (Courtesy XPO Logistics)

XPO Logistics plans to lay off 304 workers at its AllianceTexas facility in Roanoke. (Courtesy XPO Logistics)

With operations worldwide, XPO Logistics filed notice of impending layoffs Feb. 12 with the Texas Workforce Commission.

According to the notice, XPO plans to lay off a total of 304 workers at its AllianceTexas facility, located at 3300 Eagle Parkway, Fort Worth.


The layoffs will take effect April 12, the notice says.

XPO is a top 10 global provider of transportation and logistics services, according the company’s website. XPO operates a total of 26 locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.


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