North Carolina trucking company opens new terminal, adds 100 jobs – FreightWaves

Bottomley Enterprises, a family-owned carrier, recently opened a new trucking terminal in Mount Airy, North Carolina.

The company’s new estimated $13 million, 33,000 square-foot terminal will create approximately 100 new jobs, according to the Mt. Airy News.

Bottomley Enterprises recently opened a new 33,000 square-foot trucking terminal in Mount Airy, North Carolina: Bottomley Enterprises/Facebook

Bottomley’s team drivers haul expedited refrigerated freight, including meat, produce and Christmas trees, to several western locations in the U.S., from its Bottomley Evergreens and Farms operation.

According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration data, Bottomley Enterprises has 57 power units and 120 drivers.

The company decided to move its headquarters from Ennice, North Carolina, in January 2019 after receiving approval from the Surry County Board of Commissioners, the news outlet reported. 

Read more articles by FreightWaves Senior Editor Clarissa Hawes.

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