STOCKTON TERMINAL AND EASTERN RAILROAD

ABOUT STOCKTON TERMINAL AND EASTERN RAILROAD

Incorporated on October 29, 1908, The Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad (STE) provides rail freight service in the greater Stockton, California area. Running on 25 miles of track and connecting to the BNSF and Union Pacific Railroad, the ST&E Railroad supports the transportation needs of multiple industries. Customer Commodities shipped include agriculture, asphalt, cement, chemical transportation, food processing, lumber, steel, and many other industries that call Stockton home. The STE is located near the Port of Stockton thus making it the first choice for your transportation needs in the Central Valley.

Strategically located near Interstate 5 and adjacent to Highway 99 in central Stockton, one of North America’s busiest freight corridors, the Stockton Terminal & Eastern maintains access to active and available warehousing space including hundreds of acres of industrial zoned property. The STE is also the ideal site for transload operations.

Transload Services: No Track? No Problem. STE offers rail-to-truck and truck-to-rail transloading services and inventory management solutions.  Products handled include liquid and dry bulk, pipe, plastics and construction products.  STE is focused on making shipping by rail easy for customer who want to save time and money. 

CONTACTS

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

Ean Johnson, CEcD
ejohnson@omnitrax.com
469-261-2083

SAN JOAQUIN PARTNERSHIP

Bob Gutierrez
sjp@sanjoaquinusa.org
209-956-3380

INTERCHANGES

BNSF – STOCKTON, CA
UP – STOCKTON, CA

 

MILES OPERATED

25