What Is a Railport?
Learn about Loup transload facilities.
You might already know that the Loup transload network consists of more than 600 transload facilities spanning the United States and more than 700 when you add in locations throughout Canada and Mexico. But did you know we invest directly in that network?
Railports are transload facilities where Loup has contracted with a transload operator and invested in the facility and equipment, including rail infrastructure, to serve strategic growth markets.
- Are directly served by Union Pacific Railroad
- Can handle a wide array of commodities
- Are run by operators who have extensive experience transferring products from trucks to trains
We have 11 railports in all, strategically positioned in the following locations:
- Santa Fe Springs, CA
- West Colton, CA
- Denver, CO
- Shreveport, LA
- Las Vegas, NV
- El Reno, OK
- Portland, OR
- Dallas, TX
- Galena Park, TX
- Odessa, TX
- Tacoma, WA
If you’re interested in the economic advantages of shipping by train but aren’t rail served, Loup railports give you access to tracks without the capital investment.
To learn more about our 11 railports, download our Railport Guide.