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Railinc Corp.
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Railinc is the railroad industry’s innovative and reliable resource for rail data, IT and information services. The company deploys data that helps railroads, rail equipment owners and other industry participants manage their businesses more effectively and efficiently. Railinc helps railroads, rail equipment owners and shippers that need visibility across multiple railroads to “connect the dots” across 530+ railroads through its tracking and tracing technology. RailSight™ Track and Trace is a comprehensive, single-source data service for users wanting data integration with their in-house IT systems. This product is useful for high volume data users and delivers car location messages (CLMs) via data feed directly into transportation management systems. RailSight delivers data as needed—whether that means complete end-to-end visibility or select critical events. RailSight™ Monitor is an affordable, easy-to-use web application that provides highly customizable dashboards from a single data source. Monitor permits users to quickly locate railcars and shipments so they can plan and schedule activities accordingly. Custom trace reports can be scheduled to run automatically with results emailed to users. These capabilities, plus accelerated implementation and comprehensive IT support, result in an attractive total cost of ownership. RailSight™ Demand Trace helps infrequent users access the complete lifecycle of shipments and equipment, via a web application, for informed decisions and better planning. Users only run traces “on-demand”—when they need them—to solve a problem or keep tabs on a shipment.

7001 Weston Parkway
Suite 200
Cary, North Carolina 27513
United States
1 (877) 724-5462
www.railinc.com




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