Central Railroad Company of Indiana (CIND) is a Class III short-line railroad that stretches through five southeastern Indiana Counties and into Ohio, operating 96 miles of track. The CIND interchanges with CSXT, IORY, ISRR, LIRC, INRD, and NS.
The CIND moves commodities including automobiles, chemicals, metals and aggregates. The CIND also offers customers transload facilities to handle these primary commodities enabling shippers to provide service where a customer may not be rail served.
The CIND is always looking for new customers to locate on the rail line and has Industrial Development personnel to help customers relocate to this area.
Central Railroad of Indiana Case Study: Honda