Antioch International, Inc.
410 Winding View
New Braunfels, TX 78132
Phone: (402) 289-2217
Webmaster@Antioch-Intl.com
www.antioch-intl.com

Phone: (402) 657-6701

Rail Engineering

Rail Engineering

Efficient, expert “client-centric” solutions

The world of surface transportation is changing and Antioch International has a clear vision of the needs and challenges ahead. A recent analysis of the national Transportation Performance Index indicates that underperforming transportation infrastructure produces a drag on prosperity. For each single point of improvement in the transportation index, GDP would increase by 0.3%. Bottom line, a commitment to raising the performance of transportation infrastructure provides positive long-term value for the U.S. Economy.

We have the ability to provide new innovations to upgrade infrastructure, increase efficiency and reduce costs which improves the transportation index. Because we fully understand the safety, security and regulatory changes within the transportation industry, we are able to successfully integrate our expertise to enhance the performance of our clients’ facilities.

ANTIOCH has a successful history in working with high-volume companies. Our unit train solutions have the capability of providing a 50% savings in time and costs for our clients and eliminate delays and costly switching associated with assembling and disassembling trains at rail yards.

Our experience in the design and management of rail systems is evident by our substantial portfolio of projects throughout the U.S.

Rail is one of the safest and most fuel-efficient modes of transportation, which positions it to make a significant contribution to improving America’s transportations system. Just one gallon of fuel can move one ton of freight 468 miles. This includes bulk commodities such as ethanol to reduce imported oil, coal for power, grains for food, and high-value consumer goods.

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, Americans require the freight system to move 40 tons of freight per person annually.

Chart: US Department of transportation projects an increase of 5 Billion tons of freignt in the next 40 years