Kansas City-based Tiger Cool Express LLC has abruptly halted operations and closed its doors, effective immediately, according to a LinkedIn post from former Vice President of Sales Jared Nye, the Kansas City
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Union Pacific (UP) on May 5 announced a new partnership with refrigerated carrier Tiger Cool Express LLC to reinstate temperature-controlled intermodal rail service in eastern Washington.
The Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) recognized Ted Prince of Tiger Cool Express, Jim Newsome of the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA), and U.S. Rep. Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.) for their industry service during Intermodal EXPO 2022, held Sept. 12-14 in Long Beach, Calif.
Intermodal service provider Tiger Cool Express will develop a logistics center at the former Union Pacific Cold Connect warehouse in Wallula, Wash. In addition, CSX has designated a third Tennessee property as a CSX Select Site; Bartlett, a Savage Company, will build a $325 million soybean crushing facility in Kansas, to be served by Watco; and the U.S. Economic Development Administration is awarding CARES Act Recovery Assistance grants for the construction of a new industrial rail spur in Arkansas and improvements to the Lubbock Rail Port in Texas.