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R+L Carriers – Expanded Arlington, Washington Service Center

Arlington, Washington, 7/20/2020 - Wilmington, Ohio-based Company R + L Carriers announced the opening of their latest service center expansion, building upon a nationwide network of terminals throughout the U.S.
Located at 19223 68th Drive, north of the thriving Seattle metroplex, this service center will enhance transit times and streamline pickup and delivery throughout Arlington, WA and the surrounding major markets. This 10-acre facility, amounts to 55,000 square feet between the terminal and maintenance building. Four maintenance shop doors and 60 docking bay doors. This investment in the city of Arlington will also create employment opportunities.
“R+L will continue to focus on safety and infrastructure improvements and expansion, said Bob Zimmerman, President of R+L Carriers. Our mission is to provide exceptional customer service, while expanding our network in order to be accessible without exception, to our customers while catering to their individual business needs.”
About R+L Carriers
Based in the United States, R+L Carriers is a Global Freight Transportation and Logistics company that has remained family-owned and operated since 1965. R+L Carriers offers one of the most comprehensive networks of nationwide service centers for LTL, Truckload, Expedited and Cross-Border Shipping. In addition to its core value-added shipping solutions, R+L Carriers has a portfolio of services that extends to International Supply Chain Management, Warehousing and Customs Brokerage.
Learn about R+L Carriers: rlc.com | Media: media@rlc.com
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