Savage Debuts Stockton, Calif., Railport

Savage Railport-Stockton primarily handles U.S.-produced renewable fuels, and offers 20 transload spots. Served by OmniTRAX affiliate Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad, it connects with BNSF and Union Pacific.

The new railport is part of Savage’s “plans to lead the buildout of renewable energy assets and services,” which it announced in May. The company said it is “focused on opportunities to purchase, source and deliver feedstock to refineries; provide engineering and construction of terminals and other assets; and drive out inefficiencies in renewable fuel supply chains.”

Brad Crist, Energy and Chemical Sector President at Savage

“This is one of many projects we’re working on to drive innovation in the design of critical infrastructure, and optimize the flow of renewable fuels to support sustainable transportation solutions for our customers and communities across the country,” said Brad Crist, Energy and Chemical Sector President at Savage.

Savage operates nearly 50 rail terminals as part of the Savage Transload Network across the U.S., Canada and Mexico, including customer- and company-owned facilities.

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