October 15, 2018 – Breakthrough, a pioneer in the field of transportation energy and information management, announced the creation of a new headquarters as part of the Shipyard development in the Broadway District of Downtown Green Bay. The announcement was made at a press conference hosted at Breakthrough’s current headquarters. Breakthrough President and CEO Doug Mueller was joined by representatives from the City of Green Bay, Perfoma, Inc. and Commercial Horizons.
“Breakthrough has been and will continue to be committed to the revitalization of Downtown Green Bay,” said Mueller. “We believe that this new headquarters, as part of the Shipyard development, will help us attract and retain the smart, passionate, and edgy talent we seek as Breakthrough continues to grow.”
Breakthrough plans to break ground in Spring of 2019 and move into the space early 2020. The approximately 40,000 square-foot building will house all Green Bay-based Breakthrough team members under one roof and will provide room for future expansion to accommodate the company’s continued growth. The new facility will also provide a Breakthrough Experience for the company’s valued clients when they meet in Green Bay to further their transportation energy and supply chain strategies.
“We are excited to bring the Breakthrough team under one roof with space to innovate, collaborate, and deliver cutting-edge solutions for our clients,” said Mueller.
Breakthrough will move all operations to the new location, vacating the current Depot location, but has plans to maintain its presence at the Technology and Innovation Center, located at Backstage at the Meyer.
To learn more about Breakthrough and its complete line of services, visit the Breakthrough website.
Breakthrough is a groundbreaking energy and supply chain management company, helping shippers around the world achieve transparency and remove distortion from their transportation supply chains. Using patented strategies and expert industry insights to improve supply chain efficiency, Breakthrough cuts energy costs and consumption while reducing emissions. In 2017, Breakthrough helped its clients eliminate more than 8.9 million gallons of diesel fuel from their supply chains and reduce their collective carbon footprint by more than 90,000 metric tons of CO2. The firm has received the prestigious “Winning Through Innovation” award from Unilever and is a five-time recipient of Procter & Gamble’s “External Business Partner Excellence Award.” Learn more at the Breakthrough website.
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