Downers Grove, Ill.-based Roadrunner, a national less-than-truckload (LTL) services provider, with a focus on long-haul metro-to-metro shipping, recently announced it has expanded its Smart Network offering, with new inbound service to Denver.
Company officials said that this represents the first step of new market expansions, with 2023 openings also planned in Kansas City and Portland.
“Our first priority is our customers,” said Phil Thalheim, Chief Linehaul Network Engineer at Roadrunner, in a statement. “We constantly ask ourselves how we can enhance our network to better service their needs, and this resulted in us offering service to Denver. We are thrilled to expand our network to Denver, giving our customers one more destination to enjoy our fast transit times, minimal rehandle of freight, and outstanding customer service.
A Roadrunner spokesperson provided LM with the following details about the company’s expansion into Denver and its Smart Network.