In today’s competitive marketplace, shippers often rely on transloading -- transferring products from rail to truck or vice versa-- to move their products cost effectively.

TRANSFLO is the largest transloading network in North America. As a subsidiary of CSX Corporation, we have been connecting customers with the efficiencies of transloading and the value of rail transportation for more than 50 years.

Committed to environmental stewardship and the consistent, safe handling of your products, TRANSFLO has been an ISO-certified company since 1999; conforming to ISO 9001:2008.

 

TRANSFLO Services

TRANSFLO operates a network of 53 active terminals that transfer products between railcars, containers and trucks. TRANSFLO has experience transloading more than 300 bulk products.

TRANSFLO People

Our people are experienced logistics professionals who provide valuable advice, innovative solutions and careful stewardship of your product.

  • Regional Business Development Managers handle all commercial aspects of the terminals within a region and foster relationships with customers using their knowledge of the supply chain to support customer opportunities.  Find your TRANSFLO contact.
  • Regional Operations Managers oversee the operations of terminals, ensuring they provide safe, quality transloading services.
  • Regional Asset Managers maintain all equipment at TRANSFLO terminals including the inspection, maintenance, and safe use of all transloading equipment.

TRANSFLO Vision

TRANSFLO’s vision is to be North America's premier transload, materials management and logistics services company, delivering safe and efficient “Same Service Experience” to all customers at every location, earning their trust each day.

TRANSFLO History

1964  New York Central (NYC) (later part of Conrail) builds its first Flexiflo terminal outside Indianapolis, Ind.
1968  The L&N Railroad (later part of the Seaboard system) builds its first Distribulk transfer terminal in Atlanta.
1973  The Chessie system enters the bulk transloading business.
1983  With the merger of the Chessie system and the Seaboard system to form CSX, the combined bulk transfer network is named Bulk Intermodal Distributio Service (BIDS).
1999  Conrail Flexiflo terminals added to the BIDS network.
2000  TRANSFLO Terminal Services is incorporated, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CSX.
2016  TRANSFLO maintains 55 active terminals, with locations in every major city east of the Mississippi and one in Canada.