Fertilizer company to serve as first tenant at shortline-served Texas hub

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SUNRAY, Texas — A fertilizer company will be the first tenant at a new industrial park managed by Texas Northwestern Railway. Crop Production Services, an international fertilizer company, is building a multi-million dollar facility at the shortline railroad’s 580-acre Panhandle Logistics Park near Sunray.

The railroad has marketed the industrial park as a hub for railcar storage, warehousing, transload operations, and shovel-ready development. The industrial park interchanges with BNSF Railway.

Railroad representatives say the fertilizer company will function as a retail location offering agricultural products and local services. The facility should be ready sometime in early 2018.

Sunray is located about 50 miles north of Amarillo, Texas.

The Texas Northwestern Railway is a 151-mile shortline railroad headquartered in Sunray. It is a subsidiary of TNW Corp.

See the news release online.
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