NAI Maestas & Ward Commercial Real Estate Assists in SAIA Relocation, Fills Vacancy in Albuquerque Industrial Landscape24 Apr 12
SAIA, Inc. has announced the expansion and relocation of their Albuquerque terminal.
The less-than-truckload trucking company provides regional trucking service to the South and Southwest as well as partner serviced trucking across the United States and internationally. The company is the industry leader in customer care, and focuses all aspects of business on customer satisfaction. Since 2003, SAIA has cared for the Albuquerque/New Mexico markets from their terminal at 3700 Hawkins Street in Albuquerque, but has recently found need to expand.
Rich Diller, CCIM, SIOR, a broker with NAI Maestas & Ward specializing in industrial, land, and investment properties was able to find SAIA a new home. The former FedEx Freight facility, which has been vacant since FedEx relocated to Los Volcanes Road nearly two years ago, proved to be the perfect site for SAIA.
“The people of SAIA pride themselves on extraordinary customer service, and this 21,800 square foot facility on 5.5 acres is best suited to handling customer needs in an efficient manner,” said Diller of SAIA’s selection.
SAIA, Inc. can now be found at 6101 Hanover Road, NW, Albuquerque NM, 87121.
Rich Diller, CCIM, SIOR, joined NAI Maestas & Ward in April of 2010. With nearly 30 years of experience in commercial real estate, Diller specializes in industrial, land, and investment sales and leasing. His proficiency in this arena has earned him long standing relationships with companies such as McDonald’s Corporation, International Paper, and Albuquerque Public Schools among many others.
By coordinating transactions such as this relocation of SAIA, Diller and his colleagues at NAI Maestas & Ward are rebuilding the economic landscape of Albuquerque; beyond filling commercial real estate vacancies, they are assisting the growth of Albuquerque businesses.
Best wishes to SAIA for continued success and growth in their new location.« Back to the blog