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Old Dominion Opens Service Centers in Wisconsin, Southern California

Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. has opened new service centers in Wisconsin and Southern California. The Duluth Service Center, located on five acres in Superior, Wis., will serve customers in Twin Ports and more than a dozen cities in northern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin, the company.

It offers ready access to railheads and major roadways, including Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 2 and 53. The terminal is the second to be opened by Old Dominion in Minnesota this year, following inauguration of an eight-door service center in Benson. In another company announcement, Old Dominion has opened a 64-door facility to serve increased freight traffic in Southern California. Built on four acres in the city of Orange, it is strategically located near railheads, ports and highways, including Interstate 5 and California Highways 22, 55, 57 and 91. Remodeled from an existing facility, the Orange center will provide service to more than a dozen cities in the area. Old Dominion has committed between $90m and $120m to real estate purchases and expansion projects in 2012.

Wisconsin

Southern California

It offers ready access to railheads and major roadways, including Interstate 35 and U.S. Highways 2 and 53. The terminal is the second to be opened by Old Dominion in Minnesota this year, following inauguration of an eight-door service center in Benson. In another company announcement, Old Dominion has opened a 64-door facility to serve increased freight traffic in Southern California. Built on four acres in the city of Orange, it is strategically located near railheads, ports and highways, including Interstate 5 and California Highways 22, 55, 57 and 91. Remodeled from an existing facility, the Orange center will provide service to more than a dozen cities in the area. Old Dominion has committed between $90m and $120m to real estate purchases and expansion projects in 2012.

Wisconsin

Southern California