Construction is slated to start early this year on the expansion, which is expected to add more than 200 jobs to the company's Orlando workforce. Most of the jobs will be customer-service positions. also has U.S. centers in Seattle and Grand Rapids, Mich. "We first decided to open up a customer-service center in Orlando three years ago and we've grown every year since," said Bas van Ham, senior project manager of real estate for Get the full story at the Orlando Sentinel