OmniTRAX, Inc. calls for adoption of United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement

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DENVER: Following the call to maintain an open border between the United States and Mexico by several leading transportation and logistics trade groups, Kevin Shuba, CEO of OmniTRAX, Inc., one of the largest privately held transportation service companies in North America and an affiliate of The Broe Group, made this statement:

“OmniTRAX’s 20 North American freight railroads are heavily involved in trade and rail customers rely on the fair flow of goods across both the Canadian and Mexican borders. OmniTRAX operates one railroad that crosses the Canadian border and another that connects customers across the Mexican border. OmniTRAX supports the adoption of the proposed U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) to ensure the fair trade of the products we haul in the North American market.”

“OmniTRAX offers localized rail service and provides connections through its affiliated short line freight railroads to large railroads crossing the country and national borders. OmniTRAX is proud to provide more personal customer service and easy scheduling for both large and small businesses alike. A key part of that service is fair and dependable international commerce.”

“OmniTRAX is dedicated to making rail easy and the USMCA is dedicated to upgrading North American trade to be fair for all participants. The easy and fair flow of freight to and from Canada and Mexico is good for our railroads, but more importantly, it is good for our customers. For this reason, OmniTRAX supports and encourages the adoption of USMCA.”