Across our railroads, R. J. Corman moves America's economy. From metals to food products, we keep industries producing by providing economical transportation solutions.
Rock, gravel, sand, rock salt or other mineral fragments. These products go into the building of roads, concrete and railroad track beds, as well as managing snow and ice.
Wheat, soybeans, corn, peanuts, malt or dried distilled grains (a by-product in ethanol production). Peanuts go into making peanut butter and malt goes into beer and energy drinks.
Pipe, PVC, brick and lumber. Materials are used in various pipeline projects and building construction.
Powders, resins and polymers. These are used to make other products like rubber and plastics stronger and last longer.
Sugar, tomato paste, soybean oil and corn syrup. All are products that go into many of the different foods we eat every day.
Steel or aluminum coils, scrap metal, aluminum and zinc ingots. These various materials go into galvanizing steel and building structures, beverage cans and metal recycling industry.
Our company assists military contractors with their logistics needs to efficiently ship equipment to the nation’s armed forces.
Petroleum & Plastics
Petroleum jelly, rubber and plastic pellets. Petroleum is used in a wide variety of products such as fuel, synthetic rubber and plastics. Toys, laundry detergent bottles and floor mats come from the plastics we haul.
Steel rail, cross and switch ties, tie plates, anchors and railroad spikes. Railroads need material for maintaining and upgrading their rights-of-way.
Wood & Paper Products
Various timber, fiber and particle board products. The products we move get manufactured into cardboard boxes for various packaging, diaper boxes and catalogs.