RJ Corman Railroad Group

Rick Corman started his business after graduating from Jessamine County High School in 1973. He borrowed money from his uncle for a backhoe and dump truck and went to work rebuilding/repairing railroad crossings. At the end of four years he had a dozen backhoes, a few dump trucks, and no debt.

Today, the R. J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC serves all seven North American major railroads, many regional and shortline railroads and dozens of industries having rail. Services include owning and operating eleven shortlines, providing emergency rail services associated with derailments and natural disasters, switching, track construction, track material distribution, signal design/construction, aircraft maintenance, building switching locomotives and operating two dinner trains.

Rail transportation is provided by R.J. Corman Railroad (shortline) from Clarksville to Guthrie, KY. The Clarksville-Montgomery County Corporate Business Park is served by rail and rail for the expanded Business Park South is available for expansion.

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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

In his first official meeting Wednesday as executive director of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Industrial Development Board, newly-hired Frank Tate was soaking in the reality of everything from major, nine-digit corporate investments under construction, to tax increment financing plans for small, private downtown redevelopment ventures.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Contact Melinda Shepard at melinda@clarksville.tn.us or 931-245-4341 to find out more about the free coworking space.

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