The transportation solution provider Central Freight Lines has entered into an agreement to acquire Volunteer Express, Inc. After the completion of the deal, all operations will be officially combined and the companies will function under the Central Freight Lines brand. Central Freight Lines is expected to assume a stronger position amid industry changes including driver shortages and regulatory challenges.
Volunteer Express was founded in Dresden, Tennessee in 1973. The merger of these two organizations will allow for an increase in internal processes and expand the footprint and services for all customers.
About Central Freight Lines
Texas based About Central Freight Lines was founded in 1925. Central Freight Lines, is a non-union less-than-truckload carrier specializing in regional overnight and second day markets in the East Coast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, and West Coast and is now serving Mexico, Puerto Rico and Hawaii. Central Freight Lines continues to invest in transportation technology to provide real-time data to customers regarding their shipments.