Corpus Christi Terminal Railroad CCPN #106
Nature of Firm
The Corpus Christi Terminal Railroad (CCPN) is a 30-mile short line freight railroad serving the Port of Corpus Christi and interchanging with BNSF Railway, Kansas City Southern and Union Pacific Railroad.
This port is primarily a bulk freight terminal. Commodities transported include aggregates, brick and cement, chemicals, ethanol, food and feed products, machinery, minerals and stone, and petroleum products.
In 1924, the CCPN was created to accommodate the heavy bulk freight cargo traffic for the Corpus Christi Port. The Port Authority had the intention of keeping freight rates competitive, so they allowed just three railroads to serve the port - UP, KCS and BNSF.
The CCPN was acquired by Genesee & Wyoming in 1997.
Corpus Christi Terminal Railroad
|Company Affiliation||Genesee & Wyoming Inc.|
|Interchange Points||Corpus Christi, TX|
|Agreement Type||Switch Carrier|
|Information Exchange Method||RMI|