Location Update – NS Austell goes grounded

  • March 15, 2024

Starting at 1000 hours on Tuesday March 19th, the NS will start grounding containers

Starting Tuesday March 19th the location NS-Austell located at 6000 Dr. Luke Glenn Garret, Jr. Memorial Highway will transition from being a mounted facility to being a grounded facility.

  • Starting at 1000 hours on Tuesday March 19th, the NS will start grounding containers
  • The new containers arriving by train as of March 19 will be grounded
  • Units already mounted will remain mounted until they out gate or load to the train
  • Outbound empties or loads will be taken off chassis and the chassis needs to exit
  • CCM will provide drop off and pick up availability through its website at CCMShipments.com
  • The NS Austell will continue to provide a Roadability lane 24/7

While this transition will necessitate adjustments in your current operations, rest assured that we have alternative locations ready to seamlessly accommodate your chassis equipment needs with the highest level of service excellence.

For questions or concerns, please contact us at sacp3.0info@ccmpool.com

Atlanta Locations

  • CMC-APS: 8402 US Hwy 411, Crandall, GA, 30177
  • Complete Parts – Austell Depot:  11030 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Lithia Springs, GA, 30122
  • ConGlobal-Atlanta:  465 Sawtell Ave SE, Atlanta, GA, 30315
  • CPI – Atlanta – Newnan:  1189 Hwy 16E, Newnan, GA, 30263
  • CSX – Atlanta Fairburn:  6700 McClarin Rd, Fairburn, GA, 30213
  • First Coast Logistics – Atlanta:  7645 Bishop Rd, Fairburn, GA, 30213
  • ITI Douglasville:  1533 McIntosh Rd, Douglasville, GA, 30134

Click here for a full list of locations in the SACP 3.0

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