New England Motor Freight announces a new 40,000 sf truck transportation terminal in the Hagerstown-Washington County, Maryland area. They will employ 70 workers at this Hunters Green location.
Sarah Lankford Sprecher, Assistant County Administrator
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New England Motor Freight to Hold Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Terminal
WHO: President, New England Motor Freight and Representative, The Washington County Board of County Commissioners
WHAT: New England Motor Freight (NEMF) to announce the completion of a new trucking terminal
WHERE: The NEMF facility is located at 16503 Hunters Green Parkway near Petsmart and Lenox Distribution Centers.
WHEN: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.
WHY: To celebrate the completion of a 40,000 sf facility for a trucking terminal situated on 11.6 acres that is expected to employ 70 people.
Based in Elizabeth, NJ, family-owned less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier NEMF serves its customers from terminals throughout the Northeast and Midwest, as well as Puerto Rico. It is the largest LTL carrier in the Northeast region. NEMF is a member of The Shevell Group of Companies (www.ShevellGroup.com), which also includes Carrier Industries (third-party logistics, dedicated fleet, warehousing), Eastern Freight Ways (asset-based truckload carrier), Apex Logistics (brokerage, nationwide truckload) and NEMF World Transport (non-vessel operating common carrier).
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