The New York Times reports the move is part of a broader push to expand services, as the U.S. grapples with the threat of a potential pandemic.
The company that owns the trucking operations said in a statement the move to service new areas of the country will be “long-term” and is a “very important step toward expanding our services.”
The company said it will continue to operate in the areas where it currently operates.
The move comes as the country’s busiest airports and other airports have reopened.
It is a welcome change to the growing number of businesses that use the services to move goods to and from destinations.
The U.K.-based firm said it has been working with the U-K.
government to expand its service network to new areas.