Sept. 16, 2015

Andes Coil Processors Opens Dallas Facility

Andes Coil Processors has opened a 54,000-square-foot warehouse in Dallas. The facility complements an existing 109,000-square-foot toll processing operation in Lewisville, Texas.

The Commerce Street warehouse will offer short-track rail service five days a week by DGNO Railroad and will service Union Pacific Railroad, Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Kansas City railways. The Commerce Street warehouse is crane served and offers loading, unloading and storage of steel coils up to 100,000 pounds, as well as other freight for transloading and storage for customers. In the second phase of the expansion, additional processing capacity will be added, the company says.

“What sets Andes apart from many of its competitors is rail access into our facilities and the space to stage multiple railcars on site,” says Josh DuBois, general manager of Andes’ Lewisville facility. “Material can be shipped directly to Andes from producing mills, as well as ports of entry, which is an advantage to our customers. Our new warehouse strengthens Andes’ ability to provide superior service, quick turnaround times and on-time delivery for our end-users.”


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