Northern Colorado Transload
SERVING THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
The Great Western Railway of Colorado, LLC (GWR) operates 80 miles of track in Northern Colorado and serves The Great Western Industrial Park in Windsor, CO. Offering a variety of track configurations and close proximity to the Niobrara Shale (DJ Basin), The Northern Colorado Transload network of facilities can position your products in metropolitan areas across the Rocky Mountain region.
With up to 170 cars spots and multiple locations throughout the area to transload your products, this network of transload facilities offers 40 acres for outside storage.
Our current material handling capabilities: Sand, aggregate, lumber, steel, and other building materials, bulk liquids, dry bulk, unitized and palletized materials.
Northern Colorado Transload Location Details Include:
- Railroad Connections: BNSF, UP (via GWR)
- Market Proximity: Denver, Greeley, Fort Collins, Loveland, Longmont and Cheyenne, WY
- Truck Routes & Highway Access: I-25, US 34, US 257 and US 85
- Storage Optios: 40 acres of outside storage and customized indoor storage solutions available
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)