Ohio short line railroad to serve new diesel exhaust terminal

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COSHOCTON, Ohio — New freight business is coming to the Mahoning Valley Railway Company in northeast Ohio. The Genesee & Wyoming-owned short line railroad will be delivering urea to a new diesel exhaust fluid terminal in Struthers, Ohio.

Owned by Pilot/Flying J, the new terminal will produce diesel exhaust fluid at the terminal and transload it to trucks for area distribution.

The railroad "...is happy to participate in the emerging market by offering Pilot/Flying J a safe and cost-effective option for receiving raw material,” says Dave Ebbrecht, railroad president.

The Mahoning Valley Railway operates six miles of track between Youngstown and Lowellville, Ohio. The railroad interchanges with CSX Transportation, Norfolk Southern, and two short line and industrial railroads.

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