Under these agreements, Rail Link will handle:
- Renewable biofuels and liquid petroleum gases for a facility in southern California;
- Wood chips, chemicals and containerboard for two large paper manufacturers – one in Savannah and another in South Carolina;
- Automobiles for a Texas port; and
- Aggregates for a construction materials company’s Texas plant.
“Rail Link’s value proposition and longstanding experience with a variety of commodities are clearly resonating with customers in multiple industries and geographies who are looking for safe, efficient and competitive transportation services,” says Jason Bradt, vice president of Rail Link operations. “We can tailor our service based on individual customers’ needs, which also adds flexibility to our overall package.”
In addition to railcar switching, Rail Link will provide these five customers with railcar loading, unloading, cleaning and repairs as well as track inspection.
More information about Rail Link, which was founded in 1996, and its suite of services can be found at https://gwrr.com/industrial-switching.