Pioneer Railcorp owns and operates railroads in the United States. It operates railcars and locomotives, as well as provides railcar storage, railcar repair, railcar cleaning, businesses with railroad switching, and railroad equipment leasing services. The company was formerly known as Pioneer Railroad Company, Inc. Pioneer Railcorp was incorporated in 1986 and is based in Peoria, Illinois with additional offices in Monroeville and Andalusia, Alabama; Evansville and Elkhart, Indiana; Fort Smith, Arkansas; Garden City, Kansas; Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; Keokuk, Iowa; Holly Springs, Mississippi; Cairo, Vandalia, and Assumption, Illinois; and White Pigeon and Paw Paw, Michigan.
GTS Transportation provides dry van and flatbed truckload freight transportation. In addition to for-hire freight hauling,GTS Transportation company offers dedicated contract carriage, in which drivers and equipment are assigned to a customer long-term. Other GTS units include Aero Bulk, which transports pressurized gases and liquid chemicals, LCT Transportation Services, which handles temperature-controlled freight, and Freight Brokers of America. Collectively, GTS' transportation businesses operate about 1,150 tractors and 2,830 trailers. GTS Transportation was created in 2009 to distance itself from Gainey Corporation, its former business that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in late 2008.
Alaska Tanker Company transports the oil from Alaska that pipelines won't. The company provides marine transportation of Alaskan crude oil produced by BP to refiners on the west coast of the US and in Hawaii. It operates a fleet of several double-hull tankers that has a capacity of 195,000 deadweight tons (DWT). Alaska Tanker is jointly owned by BP Oil Shipping Company, USA (a unit of BP Shipping); Keystone Alaska; and OSG Ship Management (part of OSG America). The companies formed Alaska Tanker Company in 1999 to bring BP's Alaska crude oil shipping operations under a single corporate umbrella.
Groendyke Transport hauls bulk cargo throughout North America. The company operates from a network of more than 30 terminals, primarily in the southwestern and midwestern US. Among the commodities moved by Groendyke Transport are chemicals, petroleum, and grain products. Customers have included ADM, BASF, Dow Chemical, Eastman Chemical, and Koch Industries. Founded by Harold Groendyke in 1932, Groendyke Transport is owned by the Groendyke family, including chairman and CEO John Groendyke, Harold's son.
This company stays cool in the sunny South -- and everywhere else it goes. Southern Refrigerated Transport hauls temperature-controlled and dry freight throughout 48 US states and in Canada. Services include transportation of fresh produce from the West Coast to destinations in the Midwest and the Southeast. Southern Refrigerated Transport operates a fleet of over 800 air-ride equipped tractors and more than 900 dry-van and refrigerated trailers. The company is a subsidiary of Tennessee-based truckload carrier Covenant Transportation Group. Tony Smith, the president of Southern Refrigerated Transport, founded the company in 1986 and sold it to Covenant in 1998.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines if you send your freight over the ocean. Known as MOL, the company is one of the world's largest marine transportation companies and operates a fleet of about 900 vessels with an overall capacity of more than 64 million deadweight tons (DWT). The company's fleet includes containerships, bulk cargo carriers, car carriers, tankers, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. MOL also operates cruise ships, tugboats, and domestic ferries. In addition, the company provides logistics services such as warehousing and freight forwarding, operates marine terminals, and holds stakes in finance and real estate businesses.
CRST Malone operates a fleet of more than 1,600 trucks from about 100 field offices throughout the US and Canada. The company, a subsidiary of CRST International, provides long-haul and regional transportation of steel and other freight best transported on flatbed trailers. The carrier also provides less-than-truckload (LTL) services, hauling both partial and full loads. (LTL carriers consolidate freight from multiple shippers into a single truckload.) In addition to for-hire trucking, CRST Malone provides dedicated contract carriage, in which drivers and equipment are assigned to a customer long-term.
OmniTRAX, Inc. is one of North America’s leading transportation services companies offering a broad range of customized solutions to the industrial and transportation sectors. OmniTRAX company’s core capabilities range from railroad and port services to intermodal and industrial switching operations. Through its affiliation with The Broe Group and its managed companies, OmniTRAX also has the unique capability of offering customers specialized industrial development and real estate solutions, both on and off the OmniTRAX rail network.OmniTRAX boasts an exceptional management team comprised of experts from various aspects of the transportation industry. As a growing company with diverse holdings, it relies on the dedication, creativity, and commitment of its associates to develop innovative business solutions to meet the unique needs of its customers. OmniTRAX’s history of growth and success has been achieved through its entrepreneurial spirit, capital, and its relentless adherence to a core philosophy that reinforces the value of its people and its customers. OmniTRAX company's mission is clear; to provide exceptional value to its customers by providing outstanding service, safely and reliably.
Helping its customers keep food products cool, Petit Forestier provides refrigerated trucks and trailers to food suppliers and food processors all over France and in several European countries. The company maintains a fleet of about 21,000 vehicles from some 80 domestic facilities and more than 20 agent locations in Europe. An investment group controlled by the founding Forestier family took the company private in 2007. Petit Forestier was established in 1906.
Horizon Lines, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides container shipping and integrated logistics services. It ships a range of consumer and industrial items, such as refrigerated and non-refrigerated foodstuffs, household goods, auto parts, building materials, and other materials used in manufacturing. The company offers container shipping services to ports within the continental United States, Puerto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Micronesia. Its integrated logistics services comprise rail, truck brokerage, warehousing, distribution, expedited logistics, and non-vessel operating common carrier operations. Horizon Lines, Inc. also offers terminal services. The company operates terminals in Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico; contracts for terminal services in seven ports in the continental United States; and the ports in Guam, Yantian, and Xiamen, China, as well as Kaohsiung, Taiwan. In addition, it offers inland transportation services. As of December 20, 2009, the company owned or leased approximately 20 vessels and 18,500 cargo containers. Horizon Lines, Inc. serves consumer and industrial products companies, as well as various agencies of the U.S. government, including the Department of Defense and the U.S. Postal Service. Horizon Lines, Inc. was founded in 1956 and is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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