eNewsroom for: Cold Train Intermodal

Since the "Cold Train" refrigerated intermodal container rail and distribution service (between Quincy, WA and Chicago, IL) started a year ago, it has rapidly grown in popularity with produce shippers in the Pacific Northwest as well as shippers in the Midwest. Five days a week, the Cold Train service departs the Port of Quincy in central Washington loaded with fresh or frozen produce destined for the Midwest. The produce, grown and packed by local growers/packers in Washington State, is loaded into the Cold Train's modern, state-of-the-art 53-foot refrigerated containers and brought to the Port of Quincy Intermodal Terminal. At the terminal, the containers are double-stacked onto an expedited nonstop train to Chicago. On arrival in Chicago, each container is carefully placed on a truck chassis for transport to its final destination.

News from Cold Train Intermodal:

Cold Train Lawsuit Against BNSF Railway Heats Up As Amended Lawsuit Is Filed With More Charges

Several parties challenge BNSF settlement with Great Western Bank to buy creditor claims for pennies on the dollar in Kansas Court SPOKANE, Wash., Nov. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Following their original $41 million lawsuit in April of 2015 against Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway in th…

Federated Capital Corporation Announces Acquisition of Cold Train

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Michigan based Federated Railways, Inc., an affiliate of Federated Capital Corporation, has announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of Rail Logistics, LC., including its "Cold Train" Express Intermo…

‘Cold Train Intermodal’ Celebrates Successful One-Year Anniversary

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. and QUINCY, Wash., April 4, 2011 — The Pacific Northwest-Chicagoland Express Cold Train Intermodal Service ) is celebrating a successful one-year anniversary. The Cold Train Intermodal service was launched in April of 2010 (http://refrigeratedtrans.com/carriers-shi…