Old Dominion Freight Line to Expand With Six Service Centers

by Jake Tully - Published: 9/26/2018

Earlier this week, Old Dominion Freight Line reported that it will continue national expansion with six additional service centers added to the company’s network of locations this fall.

According to sources at Old Dominion Freight Line, new, relocated and remodeled facilities will be located in Pennsylvania, Vermont, Tennessee, Colorado, Texas, and California as the company expands its presence.

“As earnings this year have demonstrated, demand for our premium service remains high. Our customers expect a carrier that can channel their inventory,” said vice president of field services and real estate, Terry Hutchins. “We have to be everywhere to help our customers keep their promises. So, this expansion reflects our strategy of measured continuous growth, building more efficiency in our network and increasing freight density and yield in order to exceed customer expectations.”

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Old Dominion reports that the service centers are equipped with leading-edge logistics technology as well as designed to accommodate growth based upon projected customer demand.

“Many locations are built with an eye on future expansions and hiring as markets grow. While we can’t predict the future, we remain optimistic and plan for multiple outcomes,” said Hutchins. “Our network allows us to quickly respond to customers’ needs, and is critical for us to maintain our industry-leading claims ratio and on-time delivery rate.”

More information on Old Dominion Freight Line may be found at the company’s site.