Old Dominion opens regional command centers for global customers

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OD-Global, a division of Old Dominion Freight Line Inc., is opening regional command centers in four strategic markets – Atlanta, Dallas, New York City and San Juan, Puerto Rico – to be in a position to better serve its global customers. The OD-Global command centers, located in existing Old Dominion offices, will be fully functional by mid-June and handle operations for OD-Global’s Northern, Southern and Gulf Coast regions, as well as for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The four new regional centers are in addition to OD-Global’s central command center in Thomasville, N.C.

“These regional command centers will incorporate seamlessly with our existing infrastructure and worldwide network of agents to provide the most complete service offering in the freight forwarding industry,” says Greg Plemmons, vice president of
OD-Global. “Most importantly, they’ll help us to streamline the flow of information as shipments move through the supply chain and better align resources and personnel with our customers. We expect these four centers to be the first of several new OD-Global offices to open this year as part of our promise to offer global customers the best service possible.”

OD-Global offers worldwide less-than-containerload (LCL) and full-containerload (FCL) services tailored to meet companies’ export and import, foreign-to-foreign or air freight needs. OD-Global’s international transportation solutions include air freight; drayage to, from or between any ocean port or rail ramp; and guaranteed, expedited or date-critical ocean transportation solutions.

On average, OD-Global moves shipments between 40 and 50 countries per month. The company’s service extends to Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Europe, the Far East, Central America, South America and Oceania.