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SRT signs with Contractors

SRT Transportation Solutions has announced an agreement with Contractors Cargo to manage, market and operate the CCRX 40010 20-axle Schnabel railcar.

 

The 20-axle, 550-ton (489.9-tonne) capacity CCRX 40010 Schnabel railcar is capable of lifting and shifting laterally, safely and efficiently, says SRT. It features a custom 40 ft (12.1 m) deck insert that has a capacity of 850,000 lbs (385.5 tonnes).

“This is a great opportunity for SRT,” said Bob Felix, president of SRT Transportation Solutions. “We have the people, experience, and knowledge to effectively manage and operate 20-axle Schnabel and flat deck railcars. SRT has been involved with both for nearly 15 years, and currently manages and maintains the specialty railcars in the Siemens fleet.”

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