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Old Dominion Adds 2 New Drayage Facilities

September 29, 2014

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Photo: Old Dominion.
Photo: Old Dominion.

Old Dominion Freight Line added drayage facilities in Dallas and Nashville, which it says are strategically positioned near major railheads to accommodate growing demands domestically and globally.

“We are delighted to open OD’s first drayage facility in the state of Texas as well an additional facility within the state of Tennessee this year,” said Jerry Aaron, director of container operations at Old Dominion. “These new locations will better connect Old Dominion to global customers with intermodal shipping needs.”

Old Dominion currently operates 22 drayage facilities in the U.S. The company’s OD Global service can transport full container load shipments directly to or from any point in the U.S. Drayage services include inland container pools, loading, unloading and short term warehousing.

Old Dominion’s national drayage service offers direct container drayage service from its more than 22 ports and railheads throughout the country.

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