Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. opened a service center in New York’s Hudson Valley to accommodate increased demand in the region.
The newly renovated Newburgh Service Center contains 18 doors – and prepares the company for its growing local customer base. The facility employs 27 people.
The facility benefits from its proximity to several major thoroughfares, including Interstates 84, 87, and 287.
“We selected Newburgh for expansion because the area continues to demonstrate great economic potential,” said Mike Provenzano, manager of the Newburgh Service Center. “As we increase our presence in the region, we remain committed to our promise of delivering premium service to customers.”
The facility’s service area includes southeastern New York (Goshen, Newburgh, Middletown, New Windsor, Beacon, Poughkeepsie and Kingston) and eastern Pennsylvania (Milford and Matamoras).
Located at 681 Route 211 E. in Middletown, the facility is one of six Old Dominion service centers in the state of New York. The company recently expanded its Albany Service Center – and also maintains service centers in Brooklyn, Buffalo, Long Island and Syracuse.