Old Dominion relocates Albany facility

Old Dominion Freight Line has relocated its Albany (NY) service center into a larger facility to accommodate growth in Upstate New York.

The newly constructed service center contains 72 doors – a 45% increase from the previous facility. Old Dominion employs 50 people at this location.

The service center is close to Interstates 90 and 87. The company has maintained a presence in Albany since 1998.

“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,” said 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 center provides direct service throughout Upstate New York, including Albany, Kingston, Schenectady, Clifton Park, Saratoga Springs, Glens Falls, Gloversville and Johnstown.

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