Fall 2015
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Field Service Support

It's never too late to add a PM Service agreement to any of your mobile railcar movers. Click here to find an expert certified technician near you.
North America's First all  Electric Mobile Railcar Mover
N ordco's Shuttlewagon business unit has just completed its introduction of North America's first electric powered  Mobile Railcar Mover.  Nordco chose the 2015 Intermodal Exchange to introduce the Electric Series Shuttlewagon as ports and other intermodal related operations continue to aggressively respond to greatly reduced emission standards set by varying government and municipal authorities.
 
"The Electric Series Shuttlewagons, offered in each of our RPV, Commander and Navigator platforms gives Nordco a well-balanced product portfolio, further expanding the Mobile Railcar Mover Industry," explained James Nagel, V.P. of Sales and Marketing.  The Navigator platform hosting the 5025e/6030e/7035e/8040e models, are the first to be offered in an electric version.  "We elected to introduce the electric Navigator units primarily due to the versatility and expanded capability these particular machines provide; capacity up to that of a 100Ton Locomotive with the ability to accommodate small turning radii off the rail but certainly the flexibility our patented Navigator rail guidance system provides through extremely tight track curvature," stated Nathan Yoder, the company's V.P. of Engineering.
 
5025e Electric Navigator models will be the first of the Navigators shipping this year with the RPV and Commander units to come on line in 2016.  Enthusiastically Joel Frank offered, "We are certainly excited by the innovation that our hard working team yet again brings to the Mobile Railcar Mover category, and look forward to expanding our base of satisfied customers with the introduction of these new machines. "

If you are interested in learning more about our Electric Series Shuttlewagons or other mobile railcar movers, contact us!

Leaving for its maiden voyage, the Shuttlewagon team proudly posed for a group photo. Engineered, built, and tested right at home in Grandview, MO.
OPERATE SAFELY from the ground
Operators have the option to add a radio remote control to their Shuttlewagon units. This remote enables single operators to safely move railcars from the ground.  Engineered using the most advanced technologies, it is designed for maximum operator safety and built to withstand the most rugged field environments. E-mail us for more information!
CALL FOR TRADES
Shuttlewagon wants your machine!
We are actively seeking to accept trades of 400 & 500 Series Shuttlewagons. While the factory sales team is eagger to accept all trades, we are specifically interested in 400B & 500B Series models produced from 1999-2005. If your cmpany is considering the right time to upgrade to a newer model, NOW is that time. Whether trade or outright purchase of your machine,   contact the Regional Sales Manager   for your  area for more information.
Don't get buried this winter...
Don't miss out!
It's time to start planning. If you are North of the Mason Dixie Line and plan to purchase a Shuttlewagon, you may want to consider adding a hydraulic broom, snow plow, or both to your order.

These attachments fit very nicely to the Shuttlewagon line and can be very useful on or off the track for clearing snow and wintery mix or other debris brought about through the production process. 

Field kits available
Shuttlewagon also offers field kits for some older and all new model Commander and Navigator Series machines. Your   Shuttlewagon Regional Sales Manager can help provide more details for these options.

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