Intermodal transportation is one of the many reasons Ohio is a leader in industry and commerce by providing a strategic location from which businesses produce, assemble and distribute their finished goods. Rail runs throughout Sandusky County, Ohio and could service covered warehousing space or open space. Railroads have been an important part of Sandusky County, Ohio infrastructure since the 19th century. With both CSX and Norfolk Southern operating rail lines through the Sandusky County region, our rail serves a variety of customers. Regional and shortline railroads also keep Ohio competitive locally and nationally.
Northern Ohio & Western Railway (NOW) operates over 25 miles of trackage southeast of Toledo, extending from Woodville to Tiffin, Ohio. The communities served by NOW are within the I-75 corridor and have a significant and growing industrial base, along with a plentiful supply of developable land. NOW works closely with the economic development agencies of Seneca and Sandusky Counties to attract new industries.
Principal commodities transported are limestone, lime, and pressed board. NOW customers have access to both Class I eastern railroads, CSXT and Norfolk Southern. Learn More >