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Old Dominion Expands Montana Service Center

Company more than doubles terminal’s number of doors.

February 26, 2013

With more than twice the number of doors as the previous location, the expanded terminal in Billings, Mont. will help Old Dominion keep up with its growing network of customers in the region, the company said. The 62-door Billings Service Center is located at 1030 Intermountain Street.

Billings is an important location for Old Dominion due to its proximity to Interstate 90 and Interstate 94, which both serve as major east-west connectors of freight for the northern part of the United States, the company pointed out. In addition to the region’s thriving construction, mining, oil and natural gas industries, Billings is also the largest metropolitan area within a 500-mile radius.

“After five years in Billings, our customer base has grown significantly,” said Kevin Brandt, terminal manager. “We are thrilled this larger facility affords us more growth opportunities and look forward to providing our customers with the outstanding service they have come to expect from Old Dominion.”

The terminal’s coverage area includes seven Montana cities (Billings, Hardin, Roundup, Harlowton, Big Timber, Red Lodge and Columbus) and six Wyoming cities (Cody, Powell, Thermopolis, Worland, Buffalo and Sheridan).


 

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