2010 NEWS & PRESS RELEASES
Old Dominion Opens Service Center in South Houston
HOUSTON (Sept. 9, 2010) – Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. this week opened a new service center in South Houston, allowing the company to better serve area customers.
The 38-door 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.
"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," said 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, and the new South Houston Service Center will help us continue to offer the best on-time performance in the LTL industry"
The service center will operate under the leadership of Service Center Manager Ryan Mask. Old Dominion operates 212 service centers in the lower 48 states.
For more information, log onto www.odfl.com or call (800) 432-6335.
About Old Dominion Freight Line
Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. (NASDAQ: ODFL) is a national less-than-truckload motor carrier providing one-to-five day service among six regions in the United States and next-day and second-day service within these regions. Through its four product groups, OD-Domestic, OD-Expedited, OD-Global and OD-Technology, the Company offers an array of innovative products and services that provide direct service to 48 states within the Southeast, Gulf Coast, Northeast, Midwest, Central and West regions of the country. In addition to domestic less-than-truckload services, the Company offers assembly and distribution services as well as LCL and FCL delivery services to and from all of North America, Central America, South America and the Far East. The Company also offers a broad range of expedited and logistical services for both its domestic and global markets, and for more than 75 years, Old Dominion has been helping the world keep promises.