Transportation Partners and Logistics (TP&L) recently announced that it owns and operates the largest wind power component distribution center in North America. With the recent expansion of its location in Garden City, Kansas, and additional distribution centers in North Dakota, Oklahoma, Wyoming and Nebraska, the company serves multiple industries including wind power with rail, port and trucking logistics support and management.
The company owns and operates more than 630 acres in its Garden City location, and the company’s distribution centers support more than 75 wind farms in North America and provide warehousing, indoor storage and logistical support for moving turbines and other wind energy generation components. The company owns and operates equipment that can take wind power components from factory or port to job site.
“TP&L has built a strong presence in wind power by providing complete logistics support for wind farms being built across all of North America, including Canada and Mexico,” said Shelli Stacey, Director of Rail Logistics and a partner at TP&L.
TP&L claims it is one of the only companies that can store, deliver and maintain wind power facilities to an industry growing every day. And according to tpandl.com, the company works with wind component manufacturers, wind project developers, oil and gas production companies, pipe manufacturers and transformer manufacturers.