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Fly-ash supplier Charah LLC has opened a storage rail terminal in partnership with OmniTRAX Inc. in Kelim, Colorado.
The new terminal is part of Charah's expanding network of sourcing locations across the county, which supply Class C and Class F fly ash for concrete producers.
Located near Denver, the new terminal will supply concrete producers in the area with Class F fly ash.
OmniTRAX will provide Charah with rail-to-truck transloading services via the Great Western Railway of Colorado LLC, which has become a "vital link in Northern Colorado's transportation network," said OmniTRAX Chief Executive Officer Kevin Shuba in a press release.
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