Port Lansing is located at the intersection of CN and CSX main lines, providing direct access to the national rail system. In 2013, over 29 million tons were shipped, received or transited via rail through the Port Lansing service area.
Port Lansing Is Logistics Simplified
- On NAFTA and major U.S. trade corridors.
- Access to more than 9 million consumers in Michigan.
- Proximity to major markets and 91 million consumers within 500 miles of Port Lansing.
- CTC signalization main line service. The Class I railroads in the Port Lansing service area have upgraded to this latest form of railway signaling to speed transit times and improve efficiencies.
- CN Railroad Automotive Distribution Facility – Lansing, Mich.
- One of just 15 automotive distribution facilities in the CN network, this operation optimizes GM Delta Township distribution of finished product across North America.
- Logistics-friendly six-day switch service (as opposed to switch service once or twice per week) means your firm will enjoy faster rail transit times.
- A variety of different-sized development sites with rail siding are available in the region. Port Lansing offers a wide range of land and facility sites that can meet the needs of any company’s project.
- Site manufacturing and warehousing on a single-campus location. The Port Lansing Global Logistics Centre is a master-planned, logistics-friendly campus with single ownership that can get your project up and running with fast-track permitting and zoning.
- Special Foreign Trade Zone possibilities. Foreign Trade Zones (FTZ) are designated areas where foreign and domestic merchandise is considered outside U.S. Customs territory. FTZ users enjoy better cash flow and savings or elimination of customs duties on activities within the FTZ area.
- Land sites available for development as close as three miles to Interstates I-69 and I-96, which means no idling and waiting times from your Port Lansing facility to the interstate system – saving you fuel and eliminating costly waits.
Port Lansing Railroads
CN : http://www.cn.ca/
CSX : http://www.csx.com/
Adrian & Blissfield Rail Road: http://www.abrailroad.com