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DENVER: OmniTRAX, Inc., one of the largest privately held transportation services companies in North America and an affiliate of The Broe Group, donated $3,500 to Healing Warriors, a charity that provides pain management services to active military personnel and veterans. This amount equals the donations made by participants during the Second Annual OmniTRAX Golf Tournament held earlier this year at the Omni Interlocken Golf Club in Broomfield, CO.

“Giving back is very important to everyone at OmniTRAX and The Broe Group, especially in support of our servicemen and servicewomen across the branches of the military, both active and retired. They’ve made sacrifices to protect our freedoms, so we feel it’s important to help causes like Healing Warriors that make their lives better,” said Kevin Shuba, CEO of OmniTRAX.

A check for $7,000 was presented to Ana Pallés Yelen, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Healing Warriors, at the organization’s headquarters in Fort Collins, CO on November 13, 2017 by several OmniTRAX managers.

“We appreciate OmniTRAX and everyone who contributed during their event for helping us help our service people and veterans. The donations will help us to pay for rent, medical supplies, medical sanitary disposal and more for a full month – enabling the clinic itself to be here,” said Pallés Yelen.

About Healing Warriors

Healing Warriors provides Acupuncture, CranioSacral therapy and Healing Touch to our Active Duty and Veteran service member community, for assistance with pain management and PTSD symptoms. Our Northern Colorado Healing Warriors Program clinic is located at Stuart Professional Park, 1136 E. Stuart Street, Suite 4202, Fort Collins, CO 80525. We are working on additional clinics in the Denver metro area. We are a Guidestar Gold Star participant charity and a 501(c)3 nonprofit. We are a registered VA Vendor with Denver and Cheyenne VA.

About OmniTRAX, Inc.

As one of North America’s largest private railroad and transportation management companies, OmniTRAX’s core capabilities range from providing management services to railroad and port services and to intermodal and industrial switching operations. Through its affiliation with The Broe Group and its portfolio of managed companies, OmniTRAX also has the unique capability of offering specialized industrial development and real estate solutions, both on and off the rail network managed by OmniTRAX. More information is available at www.omnitrax.com.

 About The Broe Group

The Broe Group, based in Denver, Colorado, is a diversified privately-owned enterprise with a multi-billion dollar asset base.  The Broe Group and its affiliates employ more than 1,000 people directly and provide employment for countless others through its Great Western Industrial Park in Northern Colorado. The Broe Group and its affiliates own and/or manage commercial real estate and other businesses across North America. Its transportation affiliate, OmniTRAX, Inc., is a leading transportation services firm with railroad, port and terminal operations, and is the 2nd largest operator of short-line railroads in the U.S. Its energy affiliate, Great Western Oil & Gas Company, is a top 10 driller in Colorado and among the top 100 drillers in the U.S. The Broe Group has multiple other investment affiliates, including Three Leaf Ventures, which is focused on innovative healthcare technology start-ups. For more information, see www.broe.com.

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October 13, 2017; Winnipeg, MB – OmniTRAX Canada today provided the following response to recent actions taken by Transport Canada with respect to the ongoing negotiations regarding the repair and future ownership of the Hudson Bay Railway (HBR):

Merv Tweed, President of OmniTRAX Canada, said, “Culminating in the threat of legal action from Transport Canada today, it has become clear to us that the federal government has no intention of constructively solving this problem for Churchill. It appears from their collective indecisiveness, dysfunction and lack of leadership on this critical issue that both Canada and the Province of Manitoba are content to leave Churchill as a remote, fly-in community for the first time in over 100 years.”

“While this conflicts with Canada’s stated position on reconciliation with First Nations and with Arctic sovereignty – Churchill is Canada’s only deep-water Arctic port –  and its commitment to its more isolated northern communities, our experience since the 200-year flood event on May 25 does not suggest there is an appropriate sense of urgency by any governments to rebuild the railroad or transfer the ownership to the First Nations who seek to own it.”

“In mid-May of this year, seeing the snow pack and threatened storm, HBR contacted everyone along the railway and advised that we were concerned about a catastrophic flood that could compromise the railroad.  When the flood came, we immediately informed our regulator of the damage and requested that they come view this damage first hand.  Transport Canada declined to personally inspect the damage.  We hired a world leading engineering firm, AECOM, to begin the difficult work of assessing the damage and putting together a repair plan.  We informed our stakeholders, the government and the public that we would not be in a position financially to repair or continue to operate the line, and began the process of transitioning the HBR to a First Nations consortium.”

“The transfer of the HBR, as well as the repair, requires government resources.  The federal government said it would help and it has not helped.  In fact, it has stood in the way of both the transfer and the repair.  We are distraught over today’s statement, not because of our commercial interests – our commercial interests were washed away with the flood – but because of what it means to our employees, our stakeholders and our communities along the HBR.”

“This neglectful approach to Churchill has a long history: Since OmniTRAX purchased the HBR and the Port of Churchill in 1997, we have seen a steady and systematic removal of government funding to support those assets. At that time, in addition to supporting the transport of passengers, goods and supplies to Churchill and other northern communities, the HBR was used to transport grain from western producers out to global markets through the Port of Churchill. The value and commercial viability of the HBR have been undermined by a continuum of federal government actions over recent years, including the termination of the Canadian Wheat Board’s Single Desk in 2012, the abandonment of the Churchill Gateway Development Corporation (CGDC) in 2013, the subsequent privatization of the Wheat Board and the termination of grain shipping support programs.”

“The result of these measures has been the collapse of commercial activity along the line to the point of non-viability, as producers and shippers shifted the movement of grain westward. The Port has been closed to grain shipments since 2016. This is complicated by the fact that we have invested over $100M in this enterprise without any return since our purchase in 1997.”

“It is our view that, as a result of the federal government’s actions (or inactions) recently and over the past ten years, the HBR is not commercially viable and should be regarded as a public utility. We recognize this position has frustrated many, but it has become the inconvenient truth for Churchill.”

“We do, however, believe a solution is achievable, as do many of the local stakeholders. In early August, we entered into an agreement with Grand Chief Dumas and a new coalition of First Nations buyers. This coalition has the capability to operate the line and ensure it can offer a sustainable link to Churchill and points north. This agreement now hinges on the federal government and its willingness to provide the requisite approvals and financial support.”

“While we remain of the view that the best outcome for all concerned is a negotiated sale to the First Nations coalition, based on Transport Canada’s actions today, we are now contemplating steps to bring this protracted matter to a close,” concluded Mr. Tweed.

 

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Media contact:

Betsy Hilton

Edelman Canada

(416) 617-4079
Betsy.hilton@edelman.ca

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DENVER – OmniTRAX, Inc., one of the largest privately held transportation service companies in North America and an affiliate of The Broe Group, announces Pierre-Luc Mathieu will lead OmniTRAX Energy Solutions (OES) as president effective immediately. OES comprises the company’s unique offerings to the proppant supply chain, including terminals in several basins, transload operations and Arrows UP, LLC a containerized proppant delivery and storage solution provider.

“Pierre is the perfect executive to oversee the OES team and deliver strong growth to the OmniTRAX organization. His experience and expertise will help allocate the right resources to capitalize on the strength of our assets. We’re looking forward to seeing great things from Pierre and OES,” said Kevin Shuba, CEO of OmniTRAX.

Reporting directly to Mathieu are John Allegretti, CEO of Arrows Up; Justin Renfro, Senior Vice President of Business Development for OES and James Samuelsen, Director of Corporate Development for OES. The full OES team will grow to more than 200 members by the end of 2017.

“There are significant opportunities in the energy market right now, especially in the supply chain and logistics area where every stakeholder is looking to increase productivity and lower costs. OES will help customers improve performance by providing comprehensive solutions to move proppant and other materials from the mines to the well heads in the most efficient way possible,” said Mathieu.

Mathieu, who previously served as Chief Strategy Officer for OmniTRAX with responsibility for strategy development, service expansion, new market entry and corporate development, will continue to report to Shuba.

Prior to OmniTRAX, Mathieu spent nine years in various executive roles at Brambles Limited and held several strategy and manufacturing roles with Le Groupe Michelin in Canada and the US. He received an MBA from INSEAD in France and a BS in Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal.

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RAM Communications
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DENVER – Greg Ferraro, Vice President of Supply Chain at OmniTRAX, Inc., one of the largest privately held rail and transportation service companies in North America and an affiliate of The Broe Group, presented a session on last mile logistics solutions for the energy industry at the Canadian Frac Sand Conference in Calgary this week. The Canadian Frac Sand Conference is a two-day conference featuring industry leaders discussing issues ranging from frac sand market supply and demand forecasts to new rail infrastructure and last-mile transportation strategies.

Ferraro’s presentation focused on the benefits of containerized last mile sand delivery, as well as other key areas of the sand supply chain to further improve operational efficiencies and profit margins. He also gave examples of how OmniTRAX Energy Solutions, and its affiliate Arrows Up, which provides containerized last mile solutions with support services, is using its innovative last mile solution to help energy and mining companies improve the safety and performance of the entire supply chain.

“The Canadian Frac Sand Conference is a great opportunity for us to share our story with the industry. It’s a great story and one that we know helps the energy industry boost its productivity,” said Ferraro.

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Ronald Margulis
RAM Communications
+1 908.272.3930
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Arrows Up Collaborates with SamSand to Launch Bulk Material Transport Network to Improve Efficiencies for Oil & Gas Operators

DENVER – Arrows Up, LLC, the bulk material transport solution affiliate of OmniTRAX, Inc., one of the largest privately held transportation service companies in North America, announces an agreement with SamSand, a mining operation in Garland City, AR. The companies are building a unique mine-to-well / hub & spoke network that will move frac sand to several oil & gas operators in Northern Louisiana faster and at a lower cost.

“The Arrows Up solution delivers new operational efficiencies to frac sand supply as compared with the old way of transporting sand from mines to well heads. The network we’re establishing with SamSand will feature several innovations that eliminate the need for pneumatic tankers and other costly transportation and conveyance systems currently used in the industry,” said John Allegretti, founder and CEO of Arrows Up.

Benefits from the Arrows Up mine-to-well solution include lower costs for users, greater production consistency for the mine, improved supply chain and material handling performance, reduced dust and loss, decreased capital expenditure and enhanced sustainability. Allegretti adds that the system is standardized, resulting in decreased risk and improved coordination and collaboration between trading partners.

“This is a great opportunity for us to work with our customers and optimize the movement of sand between our mine and their operations. Arrows Up is helping us accomplish this while providing their expertise to drive additional performance,” said Brock Brockinton, President of SamSand.

Pierre-Luc Mathieu, President of OmniTRAX Energy Solutions, added, “The SamSand-Arrows Up collaboration will deliver benefits throughout the frac sand supply chain. We see this as a model for other sand mines and oil & gas operators throughout all of the major basins.”

About OmniTRAX, Inc.
As one of North America’s largest private railroad and transportation management companies, OmniTRAX’s core capabilities range from providing management services to railroad and port services and to intermodal and industrial switching operations. Through its affiliation with The Broe Group and its portfolio of managed companies, OmniTRAX also has the unique capability of offering specialized industrial development and real estate solutions, both on and off the rail network managed by OmniTRAX. More information is available at www.omnitrax.com.

About The Broe Group
The Broe Group, based in Denver, Colorado, is a diversified privately-owned enterprise with a multi-billion dollar asset base. The Broe Group and its affiliates employ more than 1,000 people directly and provide employment for countless others through its Great Western Industrial Park in Northern Colorado. The Broe Group and its affiliates own and/or manage commercial real estate and other businesses across North America. Its transportation affiliate, OmniTRAX, Inc., is a leading transportation services firm with railroad, port and terminal operations, and is the 2nd largest operator of short-line railroads in the U.S. Its energy affiliate, Great Western Oil & Gas Company, is a top 10 driller in Colorado and among the top 100 drillers in the U.S. The Broe Group has multiple other investment affiliates, including Three Leaf Ventures, which is focused on innovative healthcare technology start-ups. For more information, see www.broe.com.

About Arrows Up, LLC.
Arrows Up, LLC. began following a company’s request to create better products to serve the bulk storage and transportation industry. The management and operations teams of Arrows Up have over 65 years of combined experience in the packaging and logistics industry. Our mission is to create innovative, efficient and safer solutions for the bulk storage and transportation industries. This will be accomplished by research, customer involvement and continued experimentation with materials, design and assemble concepts. More information is available at http://www.arrowsupllc.com/.

About SamSand
SamSand is a producer of quality regional frac sand with fully integrated last mile capabilities, including a comprehensive program tailored specifically for the north Louisiana and east Texas market. For more information on how SamSand can help streamline your operation, email us at info@samsand.com.

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Media Contacts:
Ronald Margulis
RAM Communications
+1 908.272.3930
ron@rampr.com

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Winnipeg, June 9, 2017 – OmniTRAX Inc. (OmniTRAX) announced today that, due to severe flooding and washout conditions, service on the Hudson Bay Railway (HBR) from Amery (28.9 rail miles north east of Gillam, MB) to Churchill has been suspended indefinitely and is not expected to resume operations before the winter season.

A preliminary assessment by an independent Engineering firm, indicates that the track bed has been washed away in 19 locations. Five bridges are visibly damaged and an additional 30 bridges and 600 culverts, structures that allow water to pass under the track, will need to be further assessed for structural integrity.

“The damage is unprecedented and catastrophic,” said Peter Touesnard, ‎Chief Commercial Officer at OmniTRAX. “While the Hudson Bay Railway requires significant seasonal maintenance, the extent of the damage created by flooding this year is by far the worst we have ever seen. The water receded to near normal levels only yesterday, and we hope to have engineers on the ground as soon as possible to conduct a thorough assessment. It will be several weeks before we have a final report of the damage to the line, but we do not expect to be operational before the winter, and are concerned that the future of the track is in jeopardy.”

“With the initial assessment, we received from the Engineering consultant today, we made the decision to announce an indefinite service suspension so communities served by the railway can develop long-term plans for the movement of the supplies and resources they need,” added Mr. Touesnard.

HBR has been unable to operate to Churchill since May 23rd when high water made the track impassable. HBR is a vital transportation link in northern Manitoba, hauling food, fuel, agricultural products, kraft paper, concentrates and other goods and materials required in the north.

OmniTRAX has notified impacted customers and communities, and it has also been in constant contact with Transport Canada and Manitoba Emergency Measures Organization regarding the condition of the line. In addition, OmniTRAX has been in regular contact with the Missinippi Rail consortium, with which the company recently signed a memorandum of understanding regarding the potential acquisition of the HBR and other assets by the consortium, and have kept them apprised as to the extent of the damage to the rail line.

HBR Force Majeure Notice

 

OmniTRAX will provide further updates as events warrant.

 

About OmniTRAX, Inc.

 As one of North America’s largest private railroad and transportation management companies, OmniTRAX’s core capabilities range from providing management services to railroad and port services and to intermodal and industrial switching operations. Through its affiliation with The Broe Group and its portfolio of managed companies, OmniTRAX also has the unique capability of offering specialized industrial development and real estate solutions, both on and off the rail network managed by OmniTRAX. More information is available at www.omnitrax.com.

 

For more information, please contact:

Betsy Hilton

Edelman Canada

+1 (416) 849-4446

Betsy.hilton@edelman.ca

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SAND SPRINGS, OK – The transload facility operated by the OmniTRAX, Inc.-managed Sands Spring Railway Company (SS) was named by BNSF as a Premier Status location, signifying superior performance, a comprehensive service offering and a minimum capacity level. BNSF, one of the largest freight railroads in the world, awards a limited number of Premier Status partner facilities during the course of the year.
“BNSF is a great partner of OmniTRAX and this honor will serve to redouble our efforts on behalf of our joint customers. The designation helps validate our capabilities in this quickly growing sector,” said Kevin Shuba, CEO of OmniTRAX.

 

As part of the nomination process, the Sand Springs transload facility was vetted using a survey to determine the freight being moved and the services offered. Interviews were then held with the BNSF Transload team, and BNSF’s regional manager reviewed the survey and visited the site in person to verify services.

 

The Sand Springs Railway has direct connections with Union Pacific and BNSF. Traffic handled includes steel, pulpboard, scrap iron, scrap paper, petroleum products, plastics and lumber. OmniTRAX is also leasing 100,000 sq. ft. of covered warehouse space with heavy lift equipment to  serve the transload needs of steel and building products shippers throughout Oklahoma.

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DENVER – Arrows Up, LLC, an affiliate of both OmniTRAX, Inc., one of the largest privately held transportation service companies in North America and The Broe Group, was issued US Patent No. 9,650,216 titled “Bulk Material Shipping Container Unloader” on May 16, 2017. The patent covers the design, construction and usage of the Arrows Up Rack & Riser, which helps shippers of frac sand and other bulk commodities quickly and efficiently unload product into storage or transport receptacles.

“Our intellectual property around the loading, transport and unloading of bulk materials positions Arrows Up as the leading solution provider for the frac sand and related industries. We can now help shippers and receivers manage their commodities with more precision, while reinforcing safety throughout the supply chain,” said John Allegretti, founder and CEO of Arrows Up.

Allegretti is named as the sole inventor of the Bulk Material Shipping Container Unloader.

The Arrows Up Rack & Riser allows for 100% gravity feed of bulk materials from bins to storage or transport repositories without the need for conveyors, belts or vacuums. Combined with the Arrows Up Jumbo Bin, which holds up to 25 tons of frac sand or other material, the Rack & Riser replaces significant storage and transportation infrastructure in the oil & gas and industrial supply chains. The two systems also create transfer efficiencies, eliminate the need for dust suppression equipment and decrease product shrinkage.

Arrows Up was recently awarded U.S. Patent No. 9,617,065 for its “Bulk Material Shipping Container” and previously received U.S. Patent Nos. 8,887,914 and 8,616,370. Additional patent applications on other aspects of the Arrows Up solution are currently pending.

 

About OmniTRAX, Inc.

As one of North America’s largest private railroad and transportation management companies, OmniTRAX’s core capabilities range from providing management services to railroad and port services and to intermodal and industrial switching operations. Through its affiliation with The Broe Group and its portfolio of managed companies, OmniTRAX also has the unique capability of offering specialized industrial development and real estate solutions, both on and off the rail network managed by OmniTRAX. More information is available at www.omnitrax.com.

About The Broe Group

The Broe Group, based in Denver, Colorado, is a diversified privately-owned enterprise with a multi-billion dollar asset base. The Broe Group and its affiliates employ more than 1,000 people directly and provide employment for countless others through its Great Western Industrial Park in Northern Colorado. The Broe Group and its affiliates own and/or manage commercial real estate and other businesses across North America. Its transportation affiliate, OmniTRAX, Inc., is a leading transportation services firm with railroad, port and terminal operations, and is the 2nd largest operator of short-line railroads in the U.S. Its energy affiliate, Great Western Oil & Gas Company, is a top 10 driller in Colorado and among the top 100 drillers in the U.S. The Broe Group has multiple other investment affiliates, including Three Leaf Ventures, which is focused on innovative healthcare technology start-ups. For more information, see www.broe.com.

About Arrows Up, LLC.

Arrows Up, LLC. began following a company’s request to create better products to serve the bulk storage and transportation industry. The management and operations teams of Arrows Up have over 65 years of combined experience in the packaging and logistics industry. Our mission is to create innovative, efficient and safer solutions for the bulk storage and transportation industries. This will be accomplished by research, customer involvement and continued experimentation with materials, design and assemble concepts. More information is available at http://www.arrowsupllc.com/.

 

 

Media Contacts:

Ronald Margulis

RAM Communications

+1 908.272.3930

ron@rampr.com

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DENVER – The OmniTRAX Inc.-operated Newburgh & South Shore Railroad, LLC (NSR) was honored by the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) with the Richard F. Timmons Award, which recognizes efforts to recruit and support military veterans, at its 104th convention in Grapevine, Texas. The award, which is named for the former U.S. Army lieutenant general who served as ASLRRA’s president from 2002 to 2014, was presented to NSR for having the highest ratio of veterans in its workforces among member railroads.
“As a company, we are dedicated to supporting our servicemen and servicewomen across the branches of the military, both active and retired. They’ve made significant sacrifices to protect our freedoms, so it’s important that we show our commitment to them by providing jobs and training where we can,” said Kevin Shuba, CEO of OmniTRAX and a US Army veteran. “Receiving this award is an honor that will drive us to expand our veteran recruitment efforts even further.”

The NSR operates in the heart of Cleveland’s interstate highway system serving a diverse customer base that includes Charter Steel, National Lime & Stone, Tri-County Concrete, PSC Metals, Gateway Recycling, Minneapolis Flour, Ferro and Dougherty Lumber. In addition to railroad operations, NSR offers transload services for several industries.

 

About OmniTRAX, Inc.

As one of North America’s largest private railroad and transportation management companies, OmniTRAX’s core capabilities range from providing management services to railroad and port services and to intermodal and industrial switching operations. Through its affiliation with The Broe Group and its portfolio of managed companies, OmniTRAX also has the unique capability of offering specialized industrial development and real estate solutions, both on and off the rail network managed by OmniTRAX. More information is available at www.omnitrax.com.

 

About The Broe Group

The Broe Group, based in Denver, Colorado, is a diversified privately-owned enterprise with a multi-billion dollar asset base. The Broe Group and its affiliates employ more than 1,000 people directly and provide employment for countless others through its Great Western Industrial Park in Northern Colorado. The Broe Group and its affiliates own and/or manage commercial real estate and other businesses across North America. Its transportation affiliate, OmniTRAX, Inc., is a leading transportation services firm with railroad, port and terminal operations, and is the 2nd largest operator of short-line railroads in the U.S. Its energy affiliate, Great Western Oil & Gas Company, is a top 10 driller in Colorado and among the top 100 drillers in the U.S. The Broe Group has multiple other investment affiliates, including Three Leaf Ventures, which is focused on innovative healthcare technology start-ups. For more information, see www.broe.com.

 

Media Contacts:

Ronald Margulis

RAM Communications

+1 908.272.3930

ron@rampr.com

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DENVER – Arrows Up, LLC, an affiliate of both OmniTRAX, Inc., one of the largest privately held transportation service companies in North America and The Broe Group, was issued US Patent No. 9,617,065 titled “Bulk Material Shipping Container” on April 11, 2017. The revolutionary patent covers the design, construction and usage of the Arrows Up Jumbo Bin, which helps shippers of frac sand and other bulk commodities store and transport their products more efficiently and effectively.

“This patent identifies Arrows Up as a true innovator in the logistics field, but more than that it shows our determination to provide a solution that truly helps our customers manage and move their inventories better and safer than ever before,” said John Allegretti, founder and CEO of Arrows Up.

Allegretti is named as one of the inventors, along with Anthony Raso and Lyndon Just.

The Arrows Up Jumbo Bin holds up to 25 tons of frac sand or other material, and replaces significant storage and transportation infrastructure in the oil & gas and industrial supply chains. It also creates trucking and rail efficiencies, eliminates the need for dust suppression equipment, decreases product shrinkage by reducing the number of product transfers and can be moved by standard transportation equipment enabling customers to control costs. Arrows Up bins can be used in a wide-range of industries and are easily configured to address the needs of customers shipping a large range of granular commodities.

U.S. Patent No. 9,617,065 adds more intellectual property to Arrows Up’s portfolio, which also includes U.S. Patent Nos. 8,887,914 and 8,616,370. Additional patent applications on other inventive aspects of Arrows Up unique design are currently pending.

About OmniTRAX, Inc.
As one of North America’s largest private railroad and transportation management companies, OmniTRAX’s core capabilities range from providing management services to railroad and port services and to intermodal and industrial switching operations. Through its affiliation with The Broe Group and its portfolio of managed companies, OmniTRAX also has the unique capability of offering specialized industrial development and real estate solutions, both on and off the rail network managed by OmniTRAX. More information is available at www.omnitrax.com.

About The Broe Group
The Broe Group, based in Denver, Colorado, is a diversified privately-owned enterprise with a multi-billion dollar asset base. The Broe Group and its affiliates employ more than 1,000 people directly and provide employment for countless others through its Great Western Industrial Park in Northern Colorado. The Broe Group and its affiliates own and/or manage commercial real estate and other businesses across North America. Its transportation affiliate, OmniTRAX, Inc., is a leading transportation services firm with railroad, port and terminal operations, and is the 2nd largest operator of short-line railroads in the U.S. Its energy affiliate, Great Western Oil & Gas Company, is a top 10 driller in Colorado and among the top 100 drillers in the U.S. The Broe Group has multiple other investment affiliates, including Three Leaf Ventures, which is focused on innovative healthcare technology start-ups. For more information, see www.broe.com.

About Arrows Up, LLC.
Arrows Up, LLC. began following a company’s request to create better products to serve the bulk storage and transportation industry. The management and operations teams of Arrows Up have over 65 years of combined experience in the packaging and logistics industry. Our mission is to create innovative, efficient and safer solutions for the bulk storage and transportation industries. This will be accomplished by research, customer involvement and continued experimentation with materials, design and assemble concepts. More information is available at http://www.arrowsupllc.com/.

Media Contacts:
Ronald Margulis
RAM Communications
+1 908.272.3930
ron@rampr.com

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