Read about these news articles in the new issue of Northern Lines:
A deeper bench for rail shippers, The Kearney Companies expands ARH resources; Key labor agreements inked; Continuing support for veterans and first responders; Stronger than ever; Our Planet, Our Role; Anacostia railroads focus on customer success; We’ve been working on the railroad(s); Safety Leadership continues as we welcome Herman E. Crosson; Safety, Always the top
BNSF ‘Proud to work with NLR’; Planning ahead for State support; Service; A flexible resource for storage, transload, and industrial site development; Safety: All Winter, All Year; In the Community; Good Track = Good Supply Chain; Employee milestones; Welcome Stuart Johnson; Congrats to our ‘Eagle Eyes’.
‘It’s People’s Lives’ for Rockville Propane, NLR becomes SmartWay partner; Sustainability is our choice; NLR’s success is no mystery to Trains magazine; High tech keeps NLR high and dry; Eighth straight safety award; Alzheimer’s Association and Veterans benefit from NLR community giving.
Anacostia Rail Holdings Company (ARH) announced today that all six of its short-line railroads have become certified Partners of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA SmartWay ® Transport Partnership (www.epa.gov/smartway). Developed by the EPA and launched in 2004, SmartWay is a collaborative framework involving industry stakeholders and environmental groups to track and reduce emissions and fuel
Minnesota railroad is short on mileage but long on customer service. Read the article here.
upporting our railroad communities has always been important to Anacostia, whether it’s donating to regional social services agencies or buying uniforms for the local Little League team. Anacostia communities are feeling the far-reaching impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our customers, business partners, neighbors, friends, and our own employees are affected by economic and medical issues.
The American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) announced three Anacostia affiliates as winners of the prestigious Jake or Jake with Distinction safety awards for strong safety performance in 2019. ASLRRA member railroads that perform better than the Class II and III railroad industry average for injury frequency rate, as reported by the FRA during
Rail freight makes a comeback at Knife River; Seventh safety award for NLR; Grade crossing safety improvements; Welcome Katie Sackett; Expansion opportunities at NLR; Going to the mats with Maiers; Supporting our first responders; Cliff Ovitt welcomed to the NLR team.
A message from Eric Jakubowski – Chief Commercial Officer of Anacostia Rail Holdings Company – Covid-19 response from our family of Railroads. Read full message here.