Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc. (NYSE: RRTS) today announced that outbound service center operations began June 10 in the key Great Plains location of Kansas City. The expansion broadens Roadrunner’s footprint to include Kansas, Nebraska and western Missouri.
In addition, beginning the week of June 17, Roadrunner will open a service center in Buffalo, N.Y. Roadrunner is currently servicing the New York Metro area; the opening of the service center in Buffalo will provide coverage to the greater Upstate New York region, including four major metropolitan areas of Albany, Rochester, Syracuse and Buffalo.
“Roadrunner continues to add service centers to meet the needs of our growing customer base. We are excited about the success other recently added facilities are having and are looking forward to similar success in the Kansas, Nebraska and Upstate New York markets,” said Scott Dobak, President of Less-than-Truckload (LTL) and Transportation Management Solutions (TMS).
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