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An employee at Superior Bulk Logistics’ SuperFlo terminal in Arlington TX transloads plastic pellets. Served by major railroads, regional rail carriers, and short lines, SBL’s 16 SuperFlo locations can accommodate virtually any logistics requirement. Product can be shipped by tank truck, railcar, tank container, and intermediate bulk container. Several SuperFlo facilities have fixed storage. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

Chemicals are the focus for storage and transloading at SBL’s first SuperFlo terminal in Marion VA. Total storage capacity is 270,000 gallons. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

Carry Transit’s 15-acre foodgrade facility in Arlington TX is the largest transload terminal in Superior Bulk Logistics’ SuperFlo system. In addition to track capacity for up to 100 railcars, the facility has above ground storage tank capacity of 530,000 gallons. The Arlington terminal handles a variety of foodgrade products that include liquid and dry sweeteners, vegetable oil, and flour. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

Product transfer equipment includes belt conveyors at several of the SuperFlo terminal locations. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

A worker takes a sample for microbe analysis from one of seven indoor storage tanks at the Arlington TX transload terminal. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

This four-bay Sanicare Wash System is in operation at the Arlington TX terminal. Planning is underway to build wash racks at other SuperFlo locations, and many of the Superior Carriers and Carry Transit fleet terminals that are close to the transload sites have tank cleaning capabilities. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

A technician analyzes a chemical product handled at SBL’s transload terminal in Marion VA. Many of the SBL transload terminals have laboratories for product analysis. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

Truck scales are available at 11 of the 16 SuperFlo transload sites. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

A Trackmobile unit is used to reposition railcars at the Arlington TX terminal. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

As many as 40 railcars at a time can be heated with steam at the Arlington TX transload terminal. In all, eleven of the 16 Superior Bulk Logistics transload facilities have railcar heating capabilities. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

Sweeteners pass through this filter unit when transferred from railcar to tank trailer. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

This is one of two boilers at the Carry Transit transload terminal in Arlington TX. One boiler provides steam for the tank wash rack, and the other heats product in railcars. Return to article | Return to photo galleries

Stationary compressors provide air for product handling at several Superior Bulk Logistics transload terminals.