Mar 16, 2023

Hoosier Entrepreneur Locating New Fulfillment Firm in East Central Indiana

Governor Eric J. Holcomb today joined local officials and executives of Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions, a woman-owned, third-party logistics provider, as the company announced plans to establish operations in Union County, creating up to 50 new jobs by the end of 2026.



“Indiana’s economic momentum continues to accelerate thanks to entrepreneurs and successful small businesses like Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions,” said Gov. Holcomb. “As a state, we have a long history of entrepreneurship and innovation thanks to our strong Hoosier work ethic backed by forward looking leaders. It’s clear our vision and entrepreneurial spirit will continue to drive both our local communities and economy forward for years to come.”



“Indiana was recently named the number-one state to start a business by Forbes, and I’m thrilled to see entrepreneurs choose to locate and grow in communities like Liberty,” said Indiana Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers. “Small businesses like Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions are critical to providing quality career opportunities and to advancing the success and vitality of our neighborhoods. This is the first economic development project to locate in Union County in nearly 30 years, and the impact this investment and this company will have on the community will be transformative.” 

Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions will invest $7.3 million in the coming years to establish operations in Liberty, initially leasing and equipping an 23,000-square-foot space at 757 S. State Road 101. The company, which expects to start renovating the space in April, plans to add to the property within the next couple years, constructing additional buildings on the site to add warehouse space. The expansion will enable the company to continue to scale, providing both business-to-business and direct-to-consumer fulfillment services.

The company, which already employs three associates, plans to start hiring for bookkeeping, warehouse management, human resources, pickers and packers, and a shipping and receiving manager beginning May 1 to support its operations. New positions offering average salaries well above the Union County average. Interested applicants can send resume’s to

“Indiana offers a welcoming and supportive environment for businesses, as evidenced by the enthusiasm and willingness of local, regional and state officials to assist in our growth, advance the state’s workforce through programs like Next Level Jobs, and provide entrepreneurial support at the community level,” said Angelia Snyder, founder and CEO of Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions. “My husband, Malcom Snyder, was raised in Liberty and has long, established roots here. By locating in Liberty, we hope to deepen these connections, build strong ties with the community, and contribute to the region’s economic growth.” 

Snyder, an entrepreneur, also founded and owns Archer Full Throttle, an archery-focused ecommerce and fulfillment company based in Connersville. Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions, which will begin operating in May, provides fulfillment solutions for clients, helping businesses store and ship a variety of product orders to businesses and customers across the US. Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions provides a comprehensive range of services, including order fulfillment, warehousing, shipping and logistics management, and is equipped to handle a diverse range of shipments, including Amazon Seller Fulfilled Prime orders. 

“I'm grateful that this businesswoman recognized the business opportunities available in Union County. I wish them nothing but success and look forward to their business prospering for years to come,” said Tim Williams, president of the Union County Commissioners. “Anytime a small community such as ours can add jobs and create new opportunities for others to have local employment it's a good thing for the community. I hope that others will follow their example and look for ways to grow or start a new business in Union County.”

Based on the company’s job creation plans, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation committed an investment in Full Throttle Fulfillment Solutions of up to $600,000 in the form of incentive-based tax credits. These tax credits are performance-based, meaning the company is eligible to claim incentives once Hoosiers are hired. Union County will consider additional incentives to support the project.