G&W-served transload facility opens in Maryland

Officials from the state of Maryland, city, CSX, Genesee & Wyoming Inc. and Maryland Transload Logistics LLC gathered Dec. 2 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Thurmont. Maryland Transload Logistics LLC

When a transload facility launched operations in early December in Thurmont, Maryland, a couple of firsts were achieved. It’s the first transload facility in northcentral Maryland and the first transload/reload facility in the state that’s not operated by a railroad. The facility is owned and managed by Maryland Transload Logistics LLC, which worked with Maryland Midland Railway, the short line’s owner Genesee & Wyoming Inc., CSX and the state to develop the project.


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