The Norfolk Southern Thoroughbred Bulk Terminal (TBT) in Winston Salem, NC makes it easy to ship and receive many different types of goods and commodities to, from, and between the American South, Midwest, and East Coast. With a variety of high-quality handling equipment, the rail transload facility in Winston Salem, NC makes it easy to move many different materials between trucks and rail. Shippers moving goods between many different destinations can easily take advantage of cost-effective rail shipping and fast, efficient trucking.
Richard Austin, Terminal Manager
Rail Transloading in North Carolina
The TBT transloading terminal in Winston Salem, NC is uniquely placed to give shippers access to multiple different nearby locations. The transload facility is located near central highways connecting large commerce and shipping centers, including Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, and further to Norfolk, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, and more. With the flexibility to choose between rail and trucking options in North Carolina, you can find the fastest and most effective route for your commodities. Whether you are shipping to customers nearby in North Carolina and adjacent states, accepting goods from the East Coast and shipping further, or you are looking for alternative shipping routes to negotiate better rates, the TBT transload terminal in Winston Salem may help you optimize your shipping plans.
Flexible Shipping Options Through Multiple Areas
Many shippers and logistics experts are looking for ways to reduce shipping costs or find faster routes. If you’re struggling to find alternative shipping options, transload facilities might be able to help. The right transload facility can help you access alternative rail routes and take advantage of strategic logistics partnerships. In addition to the transload facility in Winston Salem, other transload facilities in this area can help you plot the ideal shipping route. Nearby transload facilities in Spartanburg, SC, Charlotte, NC, Baltimore, MD, Knoxville, TN and more can give you access to additional rail routes and highways, as well as many different businesses, manufacturing facilities, and more.
Fast and Reliable Transloading for Many Commodities
The TBT transload terminal in Winston Salem, NC provides an array of equipment to safely and efficiently handle many different commodities and materials. With a forklift, air compressor, blowers, vacuum transfer equipment and conveyors, it’s easy to load and unload many different items, including lumber, dry bulk, liquid bulk, and plastics. A lumber lay down area makes it even easier for lumber shippers to find ideal shipping options. A truck scale and truck wash on the premises allows trucking operations to move quickly through the facility. The facility is also lighted, paved, and fenced to maintain safety and security.
If you’re interested in utilizing this transloading facility in Winston Salem, NC, contact us or the terminal manager. If you’d like more information on how to optimize your rail routes with transloading, contact us. Our rail shipping experts can help you improve your shipping routes and get the best rates.
80 car spots
Lumber, Dry Bulk, Liquid Bulk, Plastics
Fork lift, Air Compressor, Blowers, Vacuum Transfer, Truck Scale, Conveyors, Truck Wash
Safety and Security:
Lighted, Paved, and Fenced
7:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday
Try the Transloading Map
Finding an alternative shipping route, new routes to new customers, or optimizing your current logistics can be a challenge. There are many options available, and finding the right facilities, rail routes, highways and more can be confusing. That’s why we made the transloading map. This map allows you to access a variety of information about transloading facilities across the U.S. Using this map, you can see what routes are available for your goods or commodities, and plot alternative routes. You might use this to avoid captive lanes on rail routes, reach new customers or business partners, or find faster, more cost-effective options. Take a look at the transloading map to see the options available, and contact us to learn more about transloading and route planning.