Old Dominion relocates Kansas service center

Dec. 30, 2013

Old Dominion Freight Line has relocated its Salina, KS, service center to a new 18-door facility.

The new centers, which employs 15, includes technological upgrades, ODFL said, including a heated ramp and sidewalks. It is located closes to interstates 70 and 135.

“We are looking forward to serving our growing customer base in Salina from this new and improved facility,” said Kevin Randall, manager of the Salina Service Center. “With plenty of room for future growth, we will continue to deliver the premium service our customers have come to expect from Old Dominion through our upgraded service center.”

The Salina facility provides direct service to McPherson, Abilene, Concordia, Ellsworth, Clay Center and Osborne in Kansas, in addition to Fairbury, Nebraska.

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