UPS Freight will open a facility in Indianapolis on Monday, Aug. 12.
The 72-door East Indianapolis Service Center will provide service to customers in eastern Greater Indianapolis, as well as areas north and south of the metro region, including the Indiana cities of Anderson, Muncie and Columbus. UPS Freight’s existing 80-door Indianapolis Service will serve the western metropolitan area.
“Adding the East Indianapolis facility to our network will allow UPS Freight to better serve our current customers in the area and welcome new customers throughout central Indiana,” said Jack Holmes, president of UPS Freight, in a written statement. “We’re looking forward to continued growth in the Midwest, and this new facility will help expand our capacity in that region.”
UPS Freight was listed as No. 4 in JOC’s ranking of the Top 25 Less-Than-Truckload Carriers.