Old Dominion Freight Line has relocated its Albany, N.Y., service center to a larger upstate facility, the company announced Monday.
“With 33 additional doors, this state-of-the-art service center will help us keep up with strong demand for LTL services in the region,” stated Mike McGinness, manager of the Albany Service Center. “We look forward to upholding Old Dominion’s promise to deliver premium service to all its customers from our new and improved facility.”
The newly built center has 72 doors, a 45-percent increase from the old facility.
Old Dominion has been in the Albany area since 1998 and has five service centers in New York.