Fulton County Railway, LLC

SERVING ATLANTA, GA

Fulton County Railway (FCR) owns and operates over 20 miles of trackage within the Fulton County Industrial Park. The industrial park is home to more than 40 rail-served warehouse and light manufacturing companies that ship or receive commodities such as food products, metals, paper, and packaging products from the West Coast, Pacific Northwest, Canada, Ohio Valley, and Southeast. FCR customers move more than 8,000 cars, or the equivalent of 30,000 truckloads, annually through warehouses and light manufacturing facilities to end users in Atlanta, Georgia and the surrounding areas through other railroads in Georgia as well as multiple points along the East Coast.

Fulton County Industrial Park is strategically located adjacent to I-20, just six miles west of downtown Atlanta.

Customers include Americold Logistics, Amware, Saddlecreek Corporation, CKS Packaging, Sunny Delight Foods, Owens Corning, and NSL Logistics.

CONTACT

OLS  Business Development:
Scott Eubank
Phone:  972-971-7783

Local Site Manager:
Rob Tkach
Phone: 303-398-4550

Office:
600 Wilson Mill Road SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30331



CASE STUDIES


PORT OF BROWNSVILLE

On the Southernmost tip of Texas, at the port of Brownsville, rails and road and ready workforce converge. Nearby 40,000 acres of Texas land stand ready for industrial development, while expanded drilling in Mexico’s adjacent Burgos Basin shale formation waits on the proper energy expertise. (Read more)

OLS MAKES SHIPPING EASY

OLS works with one of North America’s leading manufacturers and distributors of steel tubing to optimize its transload and warehousing operation.   OLS implemented a Rail Inventory Management System resulting in greater visibility and better management of product inventory and transportation cost. (Read more)

TURN KEY TRANSLOAD

OmniTRAX Logistics Services works with a top 10 E&P company to develop and manage a turn-key transload solution that helps the customer quickly gain access to a new market. Within a short period of time OLS proposed a bundled solution and developed a frac sand rail-to-truck facility. (Read more)