YOU CAN DO ROUTINE INSPECTIONS TO YOUR INDUSTRIAL RAILROAD TRACKS.

CAN YOU AFFORD TO LET YOUR TRACKS GET IN THIS CONDITION?

 

 

 

This is the steel highway between your plant, your customers and your suppliers!

CAN YOU AFFORD TO LET IT GET IN THIS SHAPE?

 Why wait until the train crew walks in the door to tell you the train has derailed and you are confronted with production delays, clean-up and the installation of new track?

Is it really necessary to pay thousands of dollars for routine track inspections?

Heres a true story of one firm with 13,000 feet of in-house railroad track and what the lack of attention to their tracks cost them.

After cleaning up a totally avoidable derailment of five cars, of which two were scrapped, building 240 foot of new track and giving immediate attention to another 13,000 feet at a grain elevator, I ask the plant  manager: How could you let your track get that bad?  It came down to not knowing the basics. He didnt know what to look for so the railroad track was overlooked.  The cost of not knowing was over $150,000 in direct derailment costs and a week of downtime while cars were emptied, righted, new track constructed and existing track given maintenance attention. To view pictures CLICK HERE

The solution: INDUSTRIAL TRACK INSPECTION GUIDE: CLICK HERE

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