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Continued: Edina logistics firm TransCold hatches rail service plan with giant BNSF

  • Article by: TODD NELSON , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: January 13, 2014 - 5:26 AM

“BNSF is always looking for additional sources of revenue,” Southard said. “I’m sure they looked at the ­experience and talent that’s on ­McKay’s management team and said we’re willing to try this.”

Smaller producers particularly stand to benefit from McKay’s ability to ship less-than-truckload quantities, which otherwise could be cost-prohibitive, Southard said.

 

Todd Nelson is a freelance writer in Woodbury. His e-mail address is todd_nelson@mac.com

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  • Randy McKay, left, is CEO and owner of McKay TransCold. With him were son Andrew McKay, director of logistics, right, and Jason Spafford, VP of business development.

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