Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. recently relocated its Baton Rouge Service Center to a larger, more centrally located facility.

The 23-door service center includes more yard space to allow for future expansion. Old Dominion employs 29 people at the facility.

With the ninth largest port in America, Baton Rouge serves as an important freight hub for Old Dominion. The region is also home to strong petrochemical, manufacturing and metal industries – and connected by interstates 10, 12 and 110.

“After serving the region for more than 13 years, we are thrilled to relocate to a state-of-the art facility in the heart of Louisiana’s capital city,” said Patrick Senko, Manager of the Baton Rouge Service Center. “The expansion has renewed our commitment to delivering the premium service our customers have grown to expect from Old Dominion.”

The service center provides direct service to much of southeastern Louisiana, including Baker, Zachary, Gonzales, Denham Springs, Hammond, Plaquemine and Donaldsonville.