This transload terminal in Fort Lauderdale, FL is served by the Florida East Coast Railway and is positioned to reach local markets in southeast Florida, as well as service to or from Port Everglades. It is 2 miles from Route 95 and 1 mile from Port Everglades. This makes it easy to find alternative routes through localized trucking operations, and reach multiple destinations across the state and throughout the country.
Transloading Services in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Transloading services in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida gives logistics experts access to additional rail routes. This can help you avoid captive lanes and high rates not mitigated by competition. With transloading operations near the coast, you can also improve rates and accessibility to international trade and transit. Using localized trucking and transloading services in Ft. Lauderdale, shippers can also have access to other rail lines, shipping operations, manufacturers and more in surrounding areas, including Miami, Hollywood, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Ft. Myers and more.
Additional Rail Shipping Options Across Florida
The transloading operations in Ft. Lauderdale, FL offer alternative shipping options for logistics professionals working within the state of Florida, across the state, across the U.S., and even around the world. Located close to shipyards and critical overseas shipping centers, the transloading facility in Ft. Lauderdale, FL provides access to additional rail lines and city centers for international shipments. Whether you are shipping goods internationally across the Atlantic, receiving goods to be shipped to distributors in Florida, or organizing shipping across the American South, or even further, this transloading facility can be an important part of optimizing your route.
Transloading Services and Commodities Served in Ft. Lauderdale
The transloading facility in Ft. Lauderdale, FL has the equipment and experienced personnel needed to work with many different types of commodities and goods. The staff at the terminal are trained to safely operate equipment and place cars efficiently, ensuring that commodities and shipments are loaded and unloaded quickly and carefully. The commodities served at this location include a wide range of goods, from flour and cornmeal to lumber and pulp board to ethanol, petrochemical and more.
To learn more about the services available and commodities served at the transloading terminal in Ft. Lauderdale, FL contact regional manager Matthew Frey at (843) 408-6877. To learn more about using this terminal to ship across Florida, the American South, or in international shipping, contact the shipping experts at RSI.
4 car spots, will be expanding in 2020.
Dry and liquid bulk, lumber.
Equipment positioned based on customer requirements.
Safety and Security:
Fully secure, lighted, paved and fenced.
7:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday
Flour, Cornmeal, Corn syrup, Soybean oil, Lumber, Pulp board, Sodium alkali, Carbon dioxide, Magnesium chloride, Lumber products, Methanol, Ethyl Alcohol, Ethanol, Plastics, Liquified gasses, coal and petrochemicals, Limestone, Roofing Granules
Try the Transloading Map
With the transloading map, it’s easy to find transload facilities across the country. This allows you to utilize localized trucking services to access rail routes that might otherwise be unavailable. With this flexibility, you may be able to bypass expensive routes or avoid other logistics obstacles. This can give you negotiating power as you communicate with rail carriers and leverage lower rates. If you’re wondering how to use transloading terminals to improve your logistics, we can help. To talk with a rail transloading expert, contact us.