2010 NEWS & PRESS RELEASES
Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. Relocates Birmingham Service Center
CONTACT: Hugh Morris
THOMASVILLE, NC (January 15, 2010) – Hugh Morris, Vice President of the Southern Region for Old Dominion Freight Line Inc., announced a Service Center Relocation in Birmingham, Alabama. The facility, formerly located at 600 Republic Circle, Birmingham, Al., has moved to its new location, a 100-door facility located on a twenty-five acre site at 601 Republic Street, Birmingham, Al.
According to Morris, the Birmingham Service Center will continue operations under the leadership of Service Center Manager Neil Popejoy, who will direct a staff of 60.
“The new Service Center will centrally locate OD allowing us to serve our customers in a more timely manner. We will now be closer to both I-65 and Corridor X which will result in shorter transit times. The new state-of-the-art service center will double our current freight capacity to better handle our customer’s needs,” said Morris.
Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. is a leading less-than-truckload (LTL) super regional carrier. Through its non-union work force and four operating groups, OD•Domestic, OD•Expedited, OD•Global and OD•Technology, Old Dominion offers an array of innovative products and services and provides complete nationwide coverage within the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Central States, Gulf States and West regions of the country and international services around the globe. Visit Old Dominion online at www.odfl.com.