Old Dominion Freight Line Opens Five Service Centers In Q2

by Jake Tully - Published: 5/25/2018

Earlier this week, Old Dominion Freight Line reported that the company saw the openings of five service centers across the United States during the second quarter, expanding the company’s network of centers to 230 locations.

With new centers located in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Lakeland, Florida, Casper, Wyoming, Ogden, Utah and Parkersburg, West Virginia, the company reports that its newly added locations have helped Old Dominion Freight Line maintain a foothold with overall company growth.

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“We’re always looking forward in order to maintain our commitment to deliver premium service for our customers,” said vice president of field services and real estate, Terry Hutchins. “By continually investing in our service center network, we’re able to exceed customer expectations every day and drive efficiency, especially as capacity tightens throughout the supply chain.”

Hutchins reports that ODFL terminals feature cutting-edge logistics technology and have been located across the country in strategic positions in order to aid in reducing shipping times, increasing daily volume of shipping and aiding with flexibility in shipping options.

“Old Dominion builds with an eye on future growth,” said Hutchins. “Many locations have contingencies in place for additional expansion and hiring based on customer need and positive economic trends.”
More information about the new terminal locations may be found at the company’s site.