For the eleventh consecutive year, Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. (OD), is recognized with the Logistics Management Quest for Quality Award.
The Thomasville-based company earned two titles under the 37th annual Quest for Quality Awards, including excellence in the Multiregional LTL and Expedited Motor Carriers category.
In the last three decades, the Quest for Quality Awards have been the gold standard for customer satisfaction and performance excellence for carriers, ports and logistics providers. This year, more than 4,500 votes were cast from logistics and supply chain decision-makers, resulting in 144 transportation and logistics service providers earning the Quest for Quality Award.
“The Quest for Quality award solidifies that we continue to provide premium service, and is a testament that our OD People go above and beyond to service our customers,” said Greg Gantt, president and CEO of Old Dominion Freight Line. “We’re committed to keeping our promises every day by delivering on our value proposition. OD thanks Logistics Management for recognizing us with this award.”
This award is the culmination of a six-month research project conducted by Peerless Research Group. Logistics Management readers evaluate the best carriers, third-party logistics (3PL) service providers and U.S. port operators based on the quality of service. The survey takes place January through May each year.
About Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc.
Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. is a leading, less-than-truckload (“LTL”), union-free motor carrier providing regional, inter-regional and national LTL services through a single integrated organization. Our service offerings, which include expedited transportation, are provided through an expansive network of service centers located throughout the continental United States. Through strategic alliances, the Company also provides LTL services throughout North America. In addition to its core LTL services, the Company offers a range of value-added services including container drayage, truckload brokerage and supply chain consulting.