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Transport Environmental Systems Wants to Connect with You

Founded in 1994, Transport Environmental Systems, Inc., is a leading provider of spill-containment systems for railroads, truckers, and their customers. Jensen will be at the 104th annual meeting of the American Railway Development Association.

 
PRLog - Jun. 2, 2010 - MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. -- Eastern NC -June 1, 2010 – Transport Environmental Systems, Inc. (TESI) will be attending the 104th annual meeting of the American Railway Development Association to participate in its fostering of the concerns of North American railroads promoting railway development and related environmental work.

TESI's patented Full System is for top loading and unloading of a railroad tank car. This pan holds up to 500 gallons and features a rolling lid and two outboard pans with Flip Flap lids. The Center System is the basic spill pan between the rails used primarily for bottom loading or unloading. The Spill-Barrow (tm) is a small, roll-under spill pan for use under tanker trucks to capture hose drainback. The Forklift Transportable Spill Containment Pan can be used for either railroad tank car loading or under tanker trucks. When closed, this model is designed for easy movement and stacking by forklift. Our Open Track Pans are designed with many of the features of our patented models with the rolling raincover, only the lids have been omitted. This model is recommended for transloading areas that are under canopy roof or inside a warehouse.

A sampling of satisfied customers include: Norfolk Southern Corp. which has installed TESI Center Systems in 82 of their switching yards to capture emergency leaking cargos enroute. Other railroads, among them Canadian Pacific Railway, and CSX. BNSF have adopted similar arrangements on a limited scale.

Mr. Jensen states “When railroads and their customers use our products the spill stops here.” “We have a solution to your search for spill-collector pans to reduce your environmental liability.”

About Transport Environmental Systems, Inc.: Founded in 1994, Transport Environmental Systems, Inc., Morehead City, NC, is a leading provider of spill-containment systems for railroads, truckers, and their customers.

Contact: Mark Jensen
Transport Environmental Systems, Inc.
4915 Arendell St, Suite J-161, Morehead City, NC 28557
(252) 571-0092
mark@transenvsys.com
http://transenvsys.com

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Founded in 1994, Transport Environmental Systems, Inc., Morehead City, NC, is a leading provider of spill-containment systems for railroads, truckers, and their customers. (TESI) will be attending the 104th annual meeting of the American Railway Development Association to participate in its fostering of the concerns of North American railroads promoting railway development and related environmental work. TESI's patented Full System is for top loading and unloading of a railroad tank car. This pan holds up to 500 gallons and features a rolling lid and two outboard pans with Flip Flap lids. The Center System is the basic spill pan between the rails used primarily for bottom loading or unloading. The Spill-Barrow (tm) is a small, roll-under spill pan for use under tanker trucks to capture hose drainback. The Forklift Transportable Spill Containment Pan can be used for either railroad tank car loading or under tanker trucks. When closed, it is designed for easy movement by forklift.

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City/Town:Morehead City - North Carolina - United States
Industry:Environment, Industrial, Shipping
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Last Updated:Jun 02, 2010
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