Plant-to-Railyard Transportation

HomePlant-to-Railyard Transportation

It might surprise you to learn that roughly 75 percent of all new cars and trucks assembled in the United States have the pleasure of taking a train ride before they are sold. That is roughly 13 million vehicles! Before they can be loaded and continue their journey, they must first be shuttled from the assembly plant to a railyard. That plant-to-railyard transportation process is typically handled by company drivers, trucking companies, and owner operator car haulers.

Plant-to-Railyard Transportation

At Homebound Hauling, we are proud to be a part of the plant-to-railyard transportation system. We work with major trucking companies to safely get new vehicles to the railyard. In addition, we also transport those needing to be housed temporarily at an offsite auxiliary lot. This occurs when a plant assembles more than is ready to be transported or when they have vehicles that need one or two more parts that are currently unavailable. When the parts come in, these vehicles are then shuttled back to the assembly plant.

If you are a trucking company looking for a professional team to reliably and promptly handle plant-to-railyard transportation situations or to/from an auxiliary lot, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are equipped to shuttle vehicles for Ford, Toyota, GMC, Mazda, Nissan, Honda, Subaru, and others.

Here are a few of the areas that we offer shuttle service transportation:

  • Illinois: Chicago
  • Michigan: Flat Rock, Dearborn, Wayne, Detroit, Flint, Lansing, Lake Orion
  • Indiana: Princeton, Greensburg, Lafayette
  • Ohio: Marysville, East Liberty, Avon Lake
  • Kentucky: Louisville, Bowling Green
  • Missouri: Claycomo, Wentzville