Old Dominion adds nine new service centers


Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. is expanding its network by adding nine service centers in new and existing markets. The growth brings the company’s service center count to 245.

The nine new and renovated service centers are strategically placed for operational efficiency aligned with the company’s long-term strategic plan., according to a statement from the company. Old Dominion said its investment in each market supports capacity needs, improves shipping time, and enhances delivery flexibility as demand continues to grow amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Old Dominion’s new service center openings include:

  • Brooklyn, New York: The latest New York addition is strategically placed to provide easy access to Interstate 495 and Route 278. The Brooklyn service center will cover multiple tri-state area markets including Jackson Heights, Queens, Long Island, and Flushing. This 30-door facility is supported by 21 local Old Dominion employees.
  • Edinburgh, Indiana: – This service center is positioned near Interstate 65 and Highway 31, to help support shippers in southern Indiana. This facility sits on 20.1 acres, with 63 doors and room to expand to a total of 120 doors in the future.
  • Grand Island, Nebraska – Newly constructed and easily accessible from Interstate 80, this service center is a 34-door facility that sits on 9.3 acres. With room for future growth of up to 40 doors, Old Dominion said this facility improves operational efficiencies for the agriculturally-rich central Nebraska region.
  • Louisville, Kentucky: This service center was recently renovated to support growing capacity needs and is located off Interstate 264 and near I-65, I-71 and I-64. Renovations to the facility added 37 doors, 4,000 square feet, and a new office. The 96-door facility moves a variety of products across industries, including electronics, medical supplies, car parts, food, and spirits.
  • Mansfield, Ohio – This service center sits on 20 acres of land owned by Old Dominion adjacent to the Ohio Air National Guard Base. The 62-door facility is strategically located in the middle of several industry- and manufacturing-rich communities. With only 10 of the 20 acres developed and room for 38 additional doors, this service center has room for future growth, according to the company.
  • McDonough, Georgia – The McDonough location is Old Dominion’s sixth service center in the Atlanta metro area, and the 27th in the southern region. Located in the McDonough Industrial Park, the 75-door service center is close to Interstate 75, and major retail distribution centers and industrial manufacturers.
  • Mesa, Arizona – Sitting on 10 acres, the 63-door facility has room to expand up to 60 more doors leaving plenty of room for future development to better support the East Valley. Old Dominion has four service centers across the state of Arizona.
  • Milton, Pennsylvania –This location is a 22-door facility with the capacity to expand by an additional 20 doors. Located at the intersection of Route 80 West/East and 11/15 North/South, the service center moves freight such as food, warehouse inventory, and healthcare-related products. With the addition of this facility, Old Dominion is reducing response times by nearly two hours, increasing the service center’s accessibility to shippers in northcentral Pennsylvania throughout the day.
  • Olympia, Washington – Relocated from a 20-door facility, the Olympia service center now has 55 doors, allowing Old Dominion to increase capacity and ability to add 92 doors in the future. The service center sits on nearly 16 acres and is located a quarter-mile from Interstate 5.