Old Dominion Freight Line today moved its service center in Toledo, Ohio, to an expanded 48-door facility with more yard space and a larger dock.
“With the relocation to this expanded facility, Old Dominion is better poised for growth in northern Ohio and southeast Michigan,” said Mike Leskovec, manager of the Toledo Service Center, in a written statement.
The less-than-truckload motor carrier also recently relocated its service center in Paducah, Ky., to a larger 20-door facility. The terminal’s service area includes Kentucky, Missouri and Illinois.
“The larger loading dock will eliminate congestion and allow us to more efficiently service our customers,” said Doyle Fox, manager of the Paducah Service Center.