Old Dominion opens two new service centers

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Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. has opened two new service centers – one in South Houston, Texas, and one in Kalamazoo, Mich. Old Dominion, based in Thomasville, N.C., operates 212 service centers in the lower 48 states.

The 44-door Kalamazoo facility is situated on an eight-acre site at 3600 Alvan Road in Kalamazoo and will employ 15 employees. The new service center is located southeast of Kalamazoo’s city center, near the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport, and will operate under the leadership of Service Center Manager Randall Motzell.

“By opening a service center in Kalamazoo, we will expand our reach in Michigan to better serve customers and streamline line-haul operations,” says Mike Wood, Old Dominion’s vice president of the Midwest region. “The new service center will help us keep our promise to customers.”

The 38-door South Houston facility is situated on a 3.7-acre site at 200 Brisbane Road in Houston and will employ more than 30 employees. The new service center is located near William P. Hobby Airport, southeast of Houston’s city center, and will operate under the leadership of Service Center Manager Ryan Mask

“The new service center increases our capacity in the Houston area and will help us serve our customers’ pick-up and delivery needs in a more timely manner,” says Gerry Broadwell, Old Dominion’s vice president of the Gulf States region. “Our promise to our customers is that we are always working to find better ways to serve their needs.”