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Ohio-based trucking company plans Minn. expansion

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Dayton Freight Lines, Inc., which is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, has submitted plans to build an 87,000-square-foot freight terminal in Coon Rapids, Minn., ABC reports. The project will also include office space and a maintenance facility in the Evergreen Business Park.

The publication says the Coon Rapids Planning commission tabled the proposal earlier this month pending the completion of traffic and site analysis. Anoka County will also need to approve the results of the traffic study.

Dayton Freight already has service centers in Maple Grove, Minn., and Lakeville, Minn. The company has 2,800 employees, 1,100 tractors and 2,400 trailers.

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