WEST CHESTER, Pa. — A. Duie Pyle, a provider of asset- and non-asset-based transportation and supply chain solutions in the Northeast U.S., has opened an integrated logistics center north of Hagerstown, Maryland.
The new facility, at 12248 Molly Pitcher Highway in Greencastle, Pennsylvania, has 266,585 square feet and includes an LTL cross-dock, a full-service fleet maintenance garage, an office and warehouse space. To meet rising shipping surges and e-commerce demand amid COVID-19, Pyle has also filed permitting for an additional 100,000-square-foot warehouse.
“The expansion of our operations in the Hagerstown area will lead to the creation of new jobs and gives our loyal customers in the region a more comprehensive experience,” said John Luciani, chief operating officer of LTL solutions at A. Duie Pyle.
“This state-of-the-art facility will allow us to provide a complete range of integrated transportation, warehousing and distribution services, while also improving customer service, controlling costs and streamlining Pyle’s operations,” he continued. “Offering these enhanced services is more important than ever before, as more people are relying on the expedited delivery of their goods.”
The Hagerstown warehouse and logistics center also provides customers in the region with same- and next-day distribution, assembly and value-added project capabilities, final-mile delivery options, improved shipping integrity, extended cut times, consolidation and de-consolidation, and complete integration of Pyle’s LTL, logistics, dedicated and warehouse, and distribution solutions.
The Hagerstown logistics center is positioned near the Interstate 81 and Interstate 70 corridors, as well as area rail yards, offering quick and easy access to all major Northeast and Mid-Atlantic metropolitan areas. The location will serve as a gateway to the South, with more direct service to Virginia and West Virginia, reducing travel times and adding additional capacity and storage space A. Duie Pyle’s customers.
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