Neosho Freightliner, the newest member of the Kansas City Freightliner service center network, recently opened its doors at Exit 27 of I-49 in Neosho, Missouri. The 22,100 square foot facility is located at the intersection of I-49 and MO-86, and will service the I-49 trucking corridor, as well as Neosho-based trucking operations.
“Freightliner Parts and Service, Freightliner Motorhome chassis parts and service with truck sales being added 2017, said Alan Bruns, General Manager. The facility will ultimately provide twenty-five jobs to the growing Neosho/Newton County area.
“Neosho Freightliner’s investment, added to the recent investments by Love’s Truck Stops and others demonstrates the growing importance of Missouri’s newest interstate highway, I-49,” said Michael Franks, CEO of GROW NEOSHO. “This growing trucking corridor links the Midwest to the Gulf Coast and ultimately the Panama Canal and the world is spurring growth and investment for Southwest Missouri.”