Ironville Terminal

NS Rail Billing Address

2863 Front Street Toledo, OH 43605

The Ironville terminal encompasses 80 acres and has approximately 28,000 feet of rail. There is a self unloader receiving hopper and conveying system that can receive bulk products directly from vessels at 2,000 NT per hour. Also, there are liquid bulk transloading racks and pumps to move material directly from rail to truck and visa versa.

Acquired in 2008 by the Toledo Lucas County Port Authority, the 180 acre site is a former refinery property. Midwest Terminals of Toledo can offer custom solutions for bulk, liquid and warehousing at this site.

  1. Facilities
    • Rail and truck loading capability
    • Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ #008)
    • 2000’ of river frontage
    • 30 acre lay down area for bulk
  2. Rail Service: NS, 100 car rail loop, Total feet of rail 24000'
  3. Trans-loading
    • Methanol
    • Caustic Soda
    • Sulfur
    • Propylene
    • Butane
    • Crude Oil 
    • Pentane
  4. Truck:  150,000 lb gross weight, Michigan Heavy Haul Route

Toledo is located at the west end of Lake Erie, part of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Toledo sits within a 500 mile radius of 43 percent of US and 47 percent of Canadian population. Toledo is closer to many major ports in Europe than US East Coast and Gulf Coast ports. (See additional maps and charts.)

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