Indiana Railroad increases transportation, logistics capacity of Daviess County
with new rail-to-truck transload facility in Odon, near NSWC Crane off I-69
JUNE 2013 – Indiana Rail Road Company (INRD) President and Chief Executive Officer Tom Hoback and Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) officials hosted a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony June 20, marking the opening of Indiana Rail Road’s new Odon Transload Facility along Interstate 69 in southwest Indiana.
INRD’s Odon rail-to-truck transload – located on the west side of Odon, Ind., just three miles east of the I-69/State Road 58 exit and minutes from WestGate @ Crane Technology Park – offers access for southwest Indiana companies who want to take advantage of Indiana Rail Road’s superior customer service and connections to the entire North American rail network, while maintaining the flexibility of short-haul truck pick-up and delivery.
Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, INRD officials will play host to an outdoor cookout celebration for invited guests and media.
Indiana Rail Road Company operates a 500-mile system in central and southwest Indiana, and east-central Illinois, with connections to the North American rail network at Chicago, Indianapolis, Louisville and Newton, Ill.
The Indianapolis-based company, founded in 1986, employs approximately 185 railroad professionals and moves the equivalent of 800,000 truckloads of freight each year.