On Wednesday, September 6, 2017, Crestwood Propane Services held a ribbon cutting ceremony at their brand new facility just outside the Village of Maybrook in the Town of Montgomery. The terminal will serve propane marketers in New York, New England and other parts of the Northeast. The terminal will include a 16-spot rail rack operating two switches per day, which will assure a capacity of up to 100 trucks per day or a volume of 1 million gallons, Crestwood says. The four-spot truck rack with can pumps will load four trucks in 17 minutes to reduce wait times during peak winter months. In addition, the Middleton and New Jersey Railroad, which can operate seven days per week, will service the terminal, Crestwood adds. “With this facility, we can provide propane marketers in New York and the Northeast with reliable supply since the terminal is backed by product controlled by Crestwood from multiple shale producers in the Marcellus and Utica,” says Andy Ronald, vice president of commercial development and national accounts at Crestwood Services. “We are confident the Montgomery terminal will bring much-needed supply to customers in New York and across New England and the Northeast.”
“We are very pleased that Crestwood Services is a neighbor of our village and part of our town. Many businesses are seeing the advantage of rail service through the Village of Maybrook and this project will spur more economic development and the revitialization that will not only benefit the Village of Maybrook but the entire town.” Mayor Dennis Leahy, Village of Maybrook.