Celadon to acquire Canadian trucking, rail firm

November 18, 2013
 IBJ Staff
The Indianapolis-based trucking firm plans to establish a foothold in the Canadian rail industry by acquiring N. Yanke Transfer Ltd., which posted $90 million in revenue in 2012.

Railroad company expanding Indianapolis terminal

January 16, 2013
Indiana Rail Road Co. will construct an intermodel terminal to give Indiana companies an all-rail option for products moving to and from Asia in containers.

Indiana Rail Road revives downtown truck terminalRestricted Content

September 29, 2012
Chris O'Malley
The Indiana Rail Road Co. has reactivated a closed rail yard through a partnership with a Canadian logistics company, which serves about a dozen of INRD’s customers at the yard.

CSX passing over Avon yard, investing elsewhereRestricted Content

August 18, 2012
Chris O'Malley
Central Indiana’s rail terminal to the world is CSX Transportation’s Avon yard, in Hendricks County. But don’t look for much in the way of rail shipments from here directly to the West Coast. The yard operates well below capacity. Meanwhile, CSX has been investing hundreds of millions of dollars in infrastructure upgrades to terminals in Ohio and farther east.

Rail firm says it won’t reach 650-jobs goal in Muncie

September 9, 2011
Progress Rail Services, which said last October that it would create up to 650 jobs in Muncie by 2012, now expects to employ just 250 people at the plant by the end of next year, according to a magazine.

Logistics study revisits old concerns

March 30, 2010
Chris O'Malley
The two-year study by the Conexus Indiana Logistics Council Executive Committee involved 36 logistics executives statewide.

Indiana prepares roadmap to stay leader in logisticsRestricted Content

December 8, 2008
Carol D'amico
Conexus Indiana, an industry-driven advanced manufacturing and logistics initiative, is spearheading the development of a strategic logistics plan.

Let's use old terminal for distribution hubRestricted Content

November 10, 2008
Brian Williams
The city should organize a public-private partnership to create a multi-modal distribution community at the site of the former Indianapolis Airport terminal.

Rising fuel costs may mean comeback for freight trainsRestricted Content

June 9, 2008
Chris O'Malley
Spiking diesel fuel prices have deflated trucking stocks and made road kill out of many a small motor carrier. It's sweet irony for anyone who's worn a pinstriped cotton cap to work. The rising price of diesel is poised to invigorate a mode of transportation that trucks nearly annihilated--the 40 freight railroads crisscrossing the state.
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