Saia opens 2 new terminals in West Virginia; 2 more planned elsewhere

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Georgia-based Saia LTL Freight has opened new terminals in both Morgantown and Princeton, West Virginia.

With the addition of these two locations, the company said it now operates three facilities within the state as it continues to focus on building density in its network to provide customers with more direct shipping points.

"With these two openings, our total terminal count now stands at 190,” said Vice President of Operations, East Jared Mull. “Each additional opening supports our strategy of putting the customer first, bringing value to their supply chain through improved coverage and reduced transit times. We’d like to welcome all of our new employees to the Saia family and thank our operations and properties teams for their hard work in making these two new facilities a reality.”

Earlier this month, Saia opened a second large facility near Kansas City, Missouri. Two additional terminal openings, one in Muncie, Indiana and another north of Atlanta, Georgia, are scheduled in the next few months, according to the company.

“Our expansion strategy has centered on offering enhanced customer service and meeting increased demand as well as locating new terminals where we’re seeing growth,” said Mull. To support these openings, our human resources team is committed to recruiting and onboarding the best talent. Both the Morgantown and Princeton terminals continue to hire personnel. Interested candidates can visit Work for Us to learn more about available positions and apply