“We are excited to partner with GCGV on rail infrastructure and operations to support what will be a world-class petrochemical facility,” said Brad Crist, Savage’s energy and chemical sector president.“Our nearly two decades of handling plastics and working with major industry producers, coupled with our extensive rail experience, enable us to design this rail facility from an operator’s perspective to ensure it functions safely, efficiently and reliably without impact on the surrounding environment.”
The rail facility is expected to be completed in 2021, in anticipation of GCGV’s planned start-up by 2022. Savage will provide multiple services at the site including rail switching and indexing, railcar washing and loading, railcar repairs and facility maintenance. Construction and operation of the rail facility will comprise part of the thousands of high-paying jobs and billions in economic output that will be created by the GCGV project.One of the most experienced chemical and petrochemical handlers in the United States, Savage operates more than 50 rail terminals throughout North America, transloading hundreds of thousands of railcars of dry- and liquid-bulk commodities annually. The company handles a variety of chemicals and petrochemicals, petroleum products, resins, fuels, food-grade products, construction materials and other industrial commodities.
“This project is an example of how we can bring our diverse rail, logistics, engineering and facility operations capabilities together to create value for our Customers,” said Kirk Aubry, Savage president and CEO.“It is the quality of our people, our solutions and our consistency delivering results that truly makes us distinctive in the markets we serve.”
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