Repair

With multiple locations across the continental United States, we can provide repair, maintenance and renovation solutions to meet your needs as well as providing program repairs for our own fleet. We provide a range of services from running to program repairs with a complete parts inventory from AAR-approved suppliers. Our skilled railcar repair workforce will make every effort to provide swift turn-around time for a wide variety of light and heavy railcar repairs. We have the capability to perform different types of railcar conversions and railcar modifications including converting large cube covered hoppers to smaller cube sand cars. We have capabilities to perform extended service life and JIC repairs.

Paint and Blast Shop in Maumee, Ohio

The Andersons, Inc. has invested in a new paint and blast shop in its Maumee complex. This new structure is a state of the art facility and includes a wash bay, and blast, paint, and cure booths which allow for high output along with top quality workmanship. Both interior and exterior paint can be applied after the surface is readied with recycled steel shot. Customers can choose the coating or lining of their choice, including plural component options. Please contact us for any projects you may have in the near future.

Tank Car Repair

The Andersons, Inc. currently operate two tank car certified facilities; Maumee, Ohio and Kansas City, Missouri. Both facilities are M-1002/M-1003 Certified, and able to perform HM216b inspections, insert repairs, alterations, and conversions, as well as complete tank car cleaning services. Additionally, both facilities offer a full array of NDT services to support our M-1002 Certification. Our Maumee, Ohio facility is now applying no-bake coatings, and offers a full service paint and blast facility.
The facility located in Bay St Louis, Mississippi is M-1003 certified in Activity Codes B25 and B26, and can perform Rule 88b repairs and heavy repairs over 85 hours. The Manly, Iowa facility is slated for a M-1003 Certification audit for the same commodity codes by the end of 2014.

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