Our Salinas site is located approximately 15 miles inland from Monterey Bay, 325 miles north of Los Angeles, and 100 miles south of San Francisco. This strategically located site enables convenient rail shipments going to or from the southern western region. This location serves the US 101 corridor, State highways 68 and 183, and Highway 1 which accesses the Monterey Peninsula. Additionally, the city of Salinas is known as the "Salad Bowl of the World". It is surrounded by agriculture, a 2.2 billion-dollar industry, and the home of 100 manufacturing firms.

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Currently, the site includes the following amenities:

Car Spots41
Serving RailroadUnion Pacific (UP)
ServicedTen times a week
Connecting Railroads
Outdoor Storage4 (acre)
Type of Cars ReceivedBox, Center-beam, Flat, and Refrigerated
Products HandledFresh/Frozen Foods, Lumber, Paper, Pallet Board, Steel/Metals, Gypsum Wallboard, Sand & Aggregate, and Peat Moss

15,500 LB Ton Forklift
5,000 LB Ton Forklift w/ Clamps
4,000 LB Ton Forklift
Clamps for Bale, Box, Drum, & Paper Rolls (72" maximum diameter)
Slip Attachments
Box Car Dock & Ramp

Storage15 Days No Charge