ODFL opens New Hampshire facility, relocates another in Scranton, Pa.

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Old Dominion Freight Line announced the recent opening of a service center in Walpole, N.H., and the relocation of another service center in Scranton, Pa.

The new 18-door facility in Walpole, located on a 4-acre site at 19 Industrial Park Drive, will begin operations under the leadership of Brian Langeway, manager of sales and service, who will direct a staff of eight.

“The opening of the Walpole service center will provide more direct service points in New Hampshire and Southern Vermont,” says Mark Madden, vice president of the Northeast region for the Thomasville, N.C.-based less-than-truckload carrier. “Old Dominion will be positioned to gain market share in points currently being served.”

The relocated Scranton service center is a 40-door facility located on a 4.5-acre site at 70 Freeport Road in Pittston. It will continue operations under the leadership of Mark Rossick, service center manager, who will direct a staff of 30.

“The relocation of the Scranton service center will help provide a more centralized location that will give us quicker access to service our customers’ needs,” Madden says.