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OmniTRAX Energy Solutions reopens Texas silos

The Cotulla terminal now offers more than 24,000 tons of storage capacity.

   OmniTRAX Energy Solutions (OES) reopened three silos at its terminal in Cotulla, Texas, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday to add 15,000 tons of vertical storage capacity at the facility. 
   OES is an affiliate of OmniTRAX Inc., one of the largest privately held transportation service companies in North America and an affiliate of The Broe Group.
   The OES Cotulla terminal is one of the largest in the Eagle Ford basin. The terminal now offers more than 24,000 tons of storage capacity and more than 18,000 feet of rail car capacity. 
   The reopened silos will have a positive impact on the local economy and will reduce truck traffic in the region, the company said.
   “OES constantly reinvests in our terminals to better service customers throughout the Eagle Ford basin and in other basins and mining areas around the country,” said Pierre Luc Mathieu, president of OES. “The Cotulla terminal is a great example of our efforts to grow with the energy sector and reinvest in our local communities.”