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SOURCE Bourque Logistics
To support upcoming US and Canadian Tank Car Safety Requirements for Crude Shipments
THE WOODLANDS, Texas, June 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bourque Logistics, the leader in logistics software for industrial rail shippers, will help its clients identify newer and safer CPC-1232 tank cars for crude shipments. This important function will assist crude shippers and receivers to maintain safety compliance by utilization of tank cars which are manufactured to the higher safety CPC-1232 designation. Shippers using Bourque Logistics' YardMaster® and RAILTRAC® systems can now identify and select these compliant cars for shipping and monitoring tasks.
YardMaster® Mobile™ AEI scanning systems, produced by Industrial Networks, LLC (INet) will be upgraded to identify compliant tank cars at terminal and refining facilities.
Tank car owners are responsible for maintaining the CPC-1232 designation in UMLER. Bourque Logistics software systems are tightly integrated with UMLER providing daily updates. Canada has recently accelerated its deadline to May 2017 for exclusive use of CPC-1232 tank cars built to a higher safety standard. Several large crude shippers have already implemented programs for sole use of the newer tank cars in their shipping operations.
"YardMaster® and RAILTRAC® systems will allow crude terminals and refiners to easily identify compliant cars for receiving and shipments. Thus allowing them to remain in compliance with upcoming safety rules for crude shipments," said Steve Bourque, president of Bourque Logistics. "We are also working closely with our AEI partner, INet, to identify such tank cars upon arrival at crude shipping facilities."
"Our stationary and handheld AEI scanning systems provide real-time railcar profile information entering and departing shipping facilities," said Jimmy Finster, president of INet. "Operators will now be able to identify CPC-1232 compliant equipment within our portable scanners."
About Bourque Logistics
Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, Bourque Logistics has automated rail shipment processes for shippers since 1989 with RAILTRAC®, the leading rail fleet and shipment management software for rail shippers.
BL now provides a full suite of modules to address multi-mode shipment operations for loading and shipping, bill of lading submission, tracking and tracing, freight rating and payment, fleet accounting, supply chain management and custom reporting. Our EDI data services connect shippers with their suppliers, customers, and carriers. BL also provides professional service support for rail fleet expediting and railcar maintenance management.
For more information, visit www.bourquelogistics.com or watch our company overview videos at http://www.youtube.com/bourquelogistics.
YardMaster® and RAILTRAC® are registered trademarks of Bourque Data Systems, Inc.
About Industrial Networks
Industrial Networks, Ltd. (INet) is the leader in rail automation, for shippers, in North America. INet also provides automation expertise to many of the Class I and short line railroads across the country, and is currently an active member of the AAR AEI Committee.
Industrial Networks provides RFID, AEI, and barcode data acquisition systems for manufacturing and shipping operations. These systems give our clients the ability to economically deploy portable and stationary scanners to monitor inbound and outbound railcars, trucks, and barges. The integration of these systems helps to extend control over field operations, reduce errors, and improve overall productivity in our customer's operations.
For more information, visit www.inetlp.com, or contact INet directly at 281-419-0796.
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