Thermoplastics distributor opens Ferromex-served terminal in Mexico

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TULTITLAN, Mexico — M. Holland, a distributor of thermoplastics, has opened a new rail-served bulk terminal facility near Mexico City. The new site includes 80,000 square feet of warehousing space and a separate break-bulk and processing building with packing and pulverizing equipment. The company has also opened an office building at the facility to serve as the company’s Latin American headquarters.

The new facility can unload two railcars at a time and can accommodate up to 12 railcars on an adjacent rail spur inside the industrial park. Additional track storage is available in a rail yard managed by Ferrovalle, a division of Ferromex.

M. Holland, an Illinois based company, says the facility will have an annual capacity of about 12 million pounds and could load up to six freight cars per day.

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