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Saia relocates Portland, Oregon terminal


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All 83 Saia employees domiciled at the Portland terminal have been relocated to the new facility. The terminal provides next day service to all points in Oregon and Washington as well as locations in northern California and western Idaho.
All 83 Saia employees domiciled at the Portland terminal have been relocated to the new facility. The terminal provides next day service to all points in Oregon and Washington as well as locations in northern California and western Idaho.

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — Saia Inc. recently moved its terminal to a new location in Portland, Oregon. The new facility is approximately 17,000 square feet and is situated on a 6.6 acre site that also features an office building and a shop.

“We are excited about our relocation to a larger service center in Portland,” stated Bill Kennedy, Saia vice president of western division operations. “With 46 percent more doors, our expanded capacity will enable us to meet customer expectations in the Northwest well into the future. Additionally, our improved capacity will provide better direct loading and claims-free handling.”

All 83 employees domiciled at the Portland terminal have been relocated to the new facility. The terminal provides next day service to all points in Oregon and Washington as well as locations in northern California and western Idaho.

The address and contact information for the new terminal:

5820 North Basin Avenue
Portland, Ore. 97217
Phone Number: 503-535-6250 or 1-800-765-7242
Manager: Shane Newman

Saia Inc. is a less-than-truckload provider of regional, interregional and guaranteed services covering 34 states. Saia offers complete North American coverage through partner agreements. With headquarters in Georgia and a network of 147 terminals, the carrier employs 7,200 people.

Kevin Jones of The Trucker staff can be reached for comment at kevinj@thetrucker.com.

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