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Roadrunner has expanded its LTL service area to a new market for the first time in years — and more are on the way.
The Illinois-based carrier debuted inbound service to Denver last month, and it plans to begin service to Kansas City and Portland beginning later this year, the company announced.
The network expansion will give the carrier’s customers “one more destination to enjoy our fast transit times, minimal rehandle of freight, and outstanding customer service,” Phil Thalheim, Roadrunner’s chief linehaul network engineer, said in a statement.
In 2020, Roadrunner opened facilities in Chicago; Riverside, California; and Philadelphia. It currently serves 37 metropolitan markets.