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Logistics Center Hudson is a 430-acre facility featuring 15 sites for carload rail freight customers, and a site for unit-train customers. “The available sites are customizable to customers’ needs,” BNSF said. “Logistics Center Hudson offers unrestricted access to a high-population growth area where the industrial market continues to strengthen.”
“Establishing logistics centers, including the one in Hudson, is the latest way we are working to make sure new, existing and potential customers who want to locate on rail in a densely populated, growing industrial market have the option to do so,” said Colby Tanner, BNSF Assistant Vice President Economic Development. “By purchasing and developing land in advance, we can help our customers save time and money when they are looking to expand or relocate their facility.”
“The Town of Hudson is thrilled to have entered into a long-term relationship with BNSF,” said Hudson Town Manager Guy Patterson. “This logistics center is not only important to Hudson but it now makes the town an important regional center. BNSF has been tremendous to work with, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for us.”
Click HERE to view a digital brochure of Logistics Center Hudson.
BNSF Logistics, LLC is undergoing a major rebranding effort it says “includes a renewed purpose to deliver what matters to its people, customers, carriers, and the communities it serves” and features a complete redesign of the company’s promotional video, logo, and website.
The new look, the company said, “embraces bold, fresh colors balanced with simple graphics and iconography. The website has been completely overhauled to simplify navigation, streamline resources and provide a better user experience while also highlighting the new brand assets.”
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