Located within easy access of Interstates 295, 10, and 95, the Jacksonville rail transload terminal is situated 4 miles northwest of downtown and the Port of Jacksonville (JAXPORT). This terminal is positioned to reach local markets in northern Florida and southern Georgia as well as extend the reach of the TBT facility network to serve the Florida markets of Orlando, Tampa, Tallahassee and Gainesville. With connectivity to rail lines, ports, and highways, the rail transload terminal in Jacksonville, FL makes it easy to move your goods efficiently and cost-effectively.
Transloading Services in Jacksonville, Florida
Transloading services in Jacksonville, Florida make many different transportation options available to logistics experts. Move your goods easily to and from the Port of Jacksonville to connect with business partners and clients overseas or in other ports. You can also move your goods to and from rail cars and trucks to transport goods across the most cost-effective routes to nearby destinations in Florida, or other cities much farther away. The flexibility to choose the best transportation services can help you reduce transportation costs, find faster routes, reach new clients, and more.
Convenient Shipping Options Across Florida
Whether you are shipping goods across the continent, moving goods from city to city in Florida, or even shipping internationally, the transloading terminal in Jacksonville, Florida, may open fast and convenient shipping options to you. Move your goods onto trucks and use highway 295, 10, and 95, or smaller nearby highways, to reach cities, including Gainesville, Tallahassee, Orlando, Savannah, and dozens of smaller cities in between. You can also use these highways to access additional rail routes to move your goods farther distances across the American South, East Coast, and beyond.
Handling Your Cargo with Care
The transloading facility in Jacksonville, FL uses a variety of equipment to transfer many different types of goods and commodities. With air compressors, steam equipment, conveyors, pumps, fork lifts and more in the hands of experienced staff, your materials will be moved to or from trucks and rail cars with efficiency and care. The transloading facility is also well-lit and fenced to protect the goods and equipment at the facility. Finally, a spacious warehouse and lay down area makes it easy to coordinate your shipments.
Contact our leasing sales team to learn more about this facility and others nearby. Or, contact the terminal manager, Jeff Tanner, at (904) 783-3500 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details about this facility. If you’re considering how to use this transload facility or others to optimize your rail and truck routes, contact the shipping experts at RSI.
58 car spots
Dry Bulk, Aggregates, Liquid Bulk, Food Grade, Chemicals, Oils, Plastics, Lumber
Air Compressor, Steaming, Conveyors, Truck Scale, Pumps, Fork Lifts, Skid Steer, Warehouse, Lay Down
Safety and Security:
Lighted, Paved, and Fenced
7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday
Finding the right transload facilities with the right equipment and location can be difficult. We made the transloading map to make this process easier. With the transloading map, you can take a closer look at transload facilities on your routes and learn more about the equipment and materials handled at each one. This can help you find alternative routes and modes, optimize your existing transportation routes, reach new customers and business partners, and more. Try the transloading map today or contact us to talk with a rail transloading expert about optimizing your logistics.