Tacoma Rail served transloads reloads and warehouses
Tacoma Rail works with a number of companies located along our lines to provide opportunities for non-rail served customers to take advantage of the economics of long haul rail freight transportation.
These companies can handle almost any product and provide services that make shipping or receiving materials by rail easy.
Contact a company listed below to find out how they can help improve your transportation and distribution.
Carlile Transportation Systems, Tacoma, WA
Contact: Frank Thall (253) 238-8326 firstname.lastname@example.org
Capabilities: Breakbulk, heavy and dimensional loads, warehousing, container stuffing
Holroyd Recycle South, Tacoma, WA
Contact: Tony McMahan (253) 473-1428 email@example.com
Capabilities: Dry bulk
MacMillan-Piper Company, Tacoma, WA (2 locations)
Contact: Tim Rose (253) 627-3767 firstname.lastname@example.org
Capabilities: Dry bulk and breakbulk, refrigerated transloads, dimensional loads, lumber and building material, warehousing, container stuffing
Pacific Northwest Terminal, Tacoma, WA
Contact: Craig Lester (253) 272-1187 email@example.com
Capabilities: Liquid bulk- non-hazardous, non-food grade, tank storage, rail, truck and water
Parr Lumber, Frederickson, WA
Contact: Mike Kruse (253) 875-8005 firstname.lastname@example.org
Capabilities: Lumber and building products
PCC Logistics, Tacoma, WA (3 locations)
Contact: Jason Disney (253) 572-9797 Tac18@pcc.cc
Capabilities: Dry bulk and break bulk, refrigerated, food grade, container stuffing, transloading, warehousing
Lineage Logistics, Tacoma, WA
Contact: Jason Daniel (253) 272-0900 JDaniel@lineagelogistics.com
Capabilities: Breakbulk, warehousing- frozen and refrigerated, container stuffing
Targa Sound Terminal, Tacoma, WA
Contact: Troy Goodman (253) 272-9348 email@example.com
Capabilities: Liquid bulk – hazardous, petroleum products, tank storage, rail, truck and water
Tri-Pak South Tacoma & Tacoma, WA
Contact: Cory Sonnen (253) 627-8008 firstname.lastname@example.org
Capabilities: Bulk and breakbulk, warehousing, container stuffing
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