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Not Rail Served? TRANSFLO's New Web Tools Make Transloading Even Easier


Released: Jan 19, 2010

At TRANSFLO, we use our unmatched transloading experience and unparalleled network to connect shippers to the advantages of rail without being rail served. Our network covers 21,000 miles of CSX track and 58 active terminals across the eastern U.S. and Canada. We've been in the business of transloading bulk commodities between railcars, trucks and containers for more than 40 years, and have experience handling more than 500 products.

Now, thanks to the tools on our new website, it's even easier to do business with TRANSFLO.

Our Bing-powered mapping tool lets you find all terminals within a certain radius of your facility, see an aerial photo of each terminal, and determine your route into and out of the terminals. From the site you can also connect to TRANSCENDSM, our easy-to-use inventory tracking tool.

New to TRANSFLO? See our step-by-step "Become a Customer" page which will guide you through the process of doing business with TRANSFLO.

Visit the new www.transflo.net to learn how TRANSFLO can strengthen your supply chain in 2010.