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Trucking and logistics company Saia Inc. opens terminal in Newburgh


Saia Inc., a trucking and logistics company headquartered in Johns Creek, Georgia, has opened a terminal in Newburgh to service the Hudson Valley and Northeast regions.

The terminal is the second location to open this year in the Northeast, following the March 11 opening of a site in Wrentham, Massachusetts, that provides coverage through Rhode Island and Connecticut. The company, which operates 163 terminals in 42 states, plans more Northeastern terminals for this year.

“We are extremely enthusiastic about our strategy of adding terminals in both the Northeast and in existing markets as we work to get closer to customers with the ultimate goal of providing even better service,” said Saia Executive Vice President of Operations Paul Peck.

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