FORT STOCKTON, Texas - Titan Lansing Transloading's Sulfur Junction Terminal (SJT) has completed construction on a 10,000-ton frac sand storage warehouse. The addition of the storage facility will allow TLT to turn more sand in the heart of the productive Delaware Basin.
"We're happy that we can provide this storage to our customers in one of our fastest-growing locations," Shannon Himango, president of Titan Lansing Transloading, said. "The completion of this warehouse will allow us to better serve our industry partners operating in the southwest Texas region."
On the Texas Pacifico (TXPF), TLT's Sulfur Junction Terminal is served by the BNSF, Union Pacific, and Kansas City Southern railroads. In addition to the 10,000-ton storage warehouse, the facility boasts rail siding for 165 cars and two covered high-speed rail to truck unloading areas.