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“What makes this platform unique is the flexibility it provides,” says C&W Rail Advisory Group Director Michael Flynn. “The sites are not for sale and in many cases there is no or limited land or buildings to lease, but [there is capacity to] load an ocean vessel. A few sites have hundreds of acres and hundreds of rail spots available. Each of the sites is unique and can support a myriad of uses.”
“Companies, third-party transloaders who do not have a facility in a market where they need to provide service for a client, as well as many other situations supporting transload need can originate or terminate at sites within the C&W Transload Network with total flexibility,” Flynn notes. “We are launching this platform to fill a recognized need within the rail industry, and we will continue to grow the network across the country as we bring new sites on line.”
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