Less-than-truckload carrier Southeastern Freight Lines has expanded its Savannah, Ga., Service Center with 20 new freight doors, bringing the total to 58.

"It's great to see Southeastern investing in the Savannah shipping and receiving community in what have been very challenging economic times," said Chip Hawkins, a manager with the Georgia Ports Authority.

The remodeled service center features a completely reconstructed office, a dock upgraded with the latest high-efficiency lighting, and new electronic security features. The on-site maintenance facility has also been remodeled with new lighting and technology updates.

"We are all very proud of our renovated service center to serve the needs of businesses," said Mike Nations, service center manager.

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