Pitt Ohio to Begin Service in Louisville on Aug. 17

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Less-than-truckload fleet Pitt Ohio announced plans to expand its service area Aug. 17 to include the Louisville, Kentucky, market.

Pittsburgh-based Pitt Ohio said scheduling of pickups  destined for the new market will begin Aug. 14. The new service is the 13th state in the direct network of the carrier that ranks No. 60 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of U.S. and Canadian for-hire carriers. Standard service transit times of one to two days have been set from most of the carrier’s network.

Geoffrey Muessig, chief marketing officer, said the expansion is intended to provide additional options for shippers.

“Customers tell us that we can enhance their supply chains by providing reliable and dependable LTL service between the Mid-Atlantic states and Louisville,” he said in a statement.

“Current Pitt Ohio clients and new customers can anticipate the same level of performance in Louisville expected from Pitt Ohio elsewhere,” Vice President of Operations Brad Caven said.


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