Press Releases

April 22, 2015

Estes Opens New Terminal in Eau Claire, Wisconsin

Eau Claire, Wisconsin—Estes Express Lines, one of the leading freight carriers in the U.S., has opened a new terminal in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, to help accommodate increased demand for the company’s services in the northern Great Plains region.

“Demand for freight in this area has continued to grow and with the economy also starting to strengthen, this was a good time for us to add doors in the region,” said Dan Koch, Estes Great Plains Regional Vice President. “The Eau Claire terminal will help us manage this increased capacity while maintaining the high level of service our customers have come to expect from Estes.”

Located at 7495 Partridge Road just off Interstate 94 and almost halfway between Estes terminals in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Wausau, Wisconsin, the Eau Claire facility contains 33 doors and employs 14 people. The terminal began operations as an Estes facility in April under the supervision of Terminal Manager Curtis Waldon. Curtis recently joined the company and has 25 years of experience in LTL freight.

The Eau Claire terminal brings the number of Estes facilities in Wisconsin to six. Other locations in the state include terminals in Appleton, Madison, Milwaukee, Sheboygan and Wausau.

For information regarding Estes freight services at the Eau Claire terminal, please contact local Account Manager Eric Gabrielsen at (715) 874-0270 or email him at eric.gabrielsen@estes-express.com.

About Estes Express Lines

Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, Estes is a leading, full-service freight transportation provider offering a complete range of shipping solutions including LTL, time critical, volume & truckload, global and custom solutions. Founded in 1931 by W.W. Estes and still family-owned, today’s Estes is the largest, privately held LTL carrier in the nation. With a network of more than 200 terminals across the country and a global service footprint, Estes has grown into one of the most respected total-solutions providers in the industry.