Approved Contractors for Transfers, Load Adjustments, Handling Inoperable Rail Car Doors, Hatches and Gates

Safety is Union Pacific’s number one priority. Neither Union Pacific employees or customers should attempt to open inoperable rail car doors, hatches or gates with force. Please refer to the third party contractor list below for assistance with inoperable loaded rail equipment. These contractors may be utilized at the customer's expense. This is not a comprehensive list of contractors. For complete details regarding the contractor of your choice, please visit their respective website.

ATW Detailed SolutionsTX, LAgradyw@swbell.net281-386-6400-
B&PTX, AR, LA, TNjp@bandpent.com901-833-2867
Barnards TransferOK, TXkelley@barnardstransfer.com817-996-4263
Jim Dobbas IncNorthern California & Nevadapcompton@jdica.com916-955-5531
Global Rail TransferIllinoisbev.pingsterhaus@patriotrail.com618-322-1338
Northwest TransloadPacific Northwestnorthwesttransloading@msn.com541-561-5282-
West Side
Grace RailroadArkansasgarrett@gracerailroad.com870-692-3547-
Lin Mar RecoveryChicago areatony@linmartow.com847-942-1090-
T&S Intermodal Maintenance Inc DBA T&S WestNorthern
RJ CormanAZ, IA, NM, TXJames.Gibson@RJCorman.com859-304-1260
Kelly's Railroad ServicesArizonaKelly@Kellysreload.com602-253-8660
G&T EnterprisesMidwestbrad@gandtenterprises.com708 906 2902
Jammie's EnvironmentalPacific
Rail Support Services, LLCArkansasrailsupportservices@gmail.com662-252-9304 
Fiber Corp.Idaho-801-359-1450 

For customers with consistent issues, a joint customer site visit with Union Pacific Marketing & Sales and Union Pacific Mechanical is recommended. Boxcar doors can become wedged or damaged due to improper loading practices. Union Pacific has partnered with the rail industry to create awareness of boxcar door operation, view material now.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Shipment Quality Team