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  • Train Horn Update Q&A
    Posted on April 09, 2015.

    The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) confirmed that Florida East Coast Railway’s (FECR) train horns meet federal regulations.  The FRA conducted its own test of FECR’s train horns using their standard protocols this week.  Federal regulations require horns
    to measure between 96 and 110 dbs. 
    Certified testing completed this week by the FRA indicated that the FECR trains horns
    were at 103.6 dbs, below the maximum 
    level of 110 dbs. 

    Frequently Asked Questions & Answers:

  • FECR Supports Appointment of Bill Johnson as Enterprise Florida CEO
    Posted on March 03, 2015.

    Jacksonville, Fla., March 3, 2015 – Florida East Coast Railway (FECR) today announced its support of Bill Johnson’s appointment as CEO of Enterprise Florida, a public-private partnership between Florida’s business and government leaders and the principal economic development organization for the 
    State of Florida.  

  • FECR Supports DuPont Pioneer’s Global Supply Chain
    Posted on February 19, 2015.

    Reliability, Connectivity Keep Food on the Table in over 90 countries

    DuPont Pioneer is the world’s leading developer and supplier of advanced seed genetics.  They grow and sell high-quality seeds for corn, soybeans, sunflower, wheat, rice and other products in 90 countries globally.  In order to ship these very time-sensitive products, DuPont Pioneer has developed a multi-modal global supply chain.

  • FECR Moves the Greatest Show on Earth
    Posted on January 28, 2015.

    Jan 19, 2015 – Jacksonville Business Journal
    Jensen Werley 
     

    Some circus fans come for the elephants, the giraffes, the trapeze acts.

    Some come to look at the train.

    "Rail and circus go together like peanut butter and jelly," said John Williams, director of rail operations for Florida East Coast Railway, which is moving the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus from Miami to Jacksonville on Tuesday, as it makes its way to its next stop in Nashville.

  • FECR Deploys Technology to Streamline Access
    Posted on January 02, 2015.

    Automated Gate System Eliminates Delays, Increases Capacity, Enhances Security

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Dec. 15, 2014 -- Florida East Coast Railway (FECR) has deployed an automated gate system to streamline the flow of equipment at its Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) adjacent to Port Everglades, Florida.  The system uses optical character recognition technologies to automatically identify trailers, containers, chassis and semi-trucks entering and exiting the terminal.

  • FECR’s Expanded Capabilities at PortMiami Benefit Seaboard Marine
    Posted on January 02, 2015.

    Positive results include improved efficiency and faster deliveries

    (MIAMI, Fla., December 12, 2014)-- The recent launch of Florida East Coast Railway’s (FECR) new, on-dock intermodal rail facility at PortMiami is enabling Seaboard Marine, an ocean transportation provider, to handle cargo more efficiently and better meet the needs of its customers.  By using FECR’s on-dock intermodal rail at PortMiami, Seaboard Marine can seamlessly transfer cargo between ship and rail.

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