Robin Zielinski Sun-NewsERO Intermodal owner Ernesto Olivas, right, is congratulated by Phillip Cordova CEO of Alliance Riggers & Constructors, of El Paso, Texas, on Thursday after the ribbon cutting ceremony for ERO in Santa Teresa. The company provides container storage as well as mechanical services for fail related business. About 50 new jobs is projected within the next three years.
The Las Cruces Sun News
By Jason Gibbs
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SANTA TERESA >> Train whistles and the rumble of trucks in southern Doña Ana County got a boost Thursday as E.R.O. Intermodal Services celebrated the opening of its location in the Santa Teresa Intermodal Park.
The company, run by Ernesto Olivas and his family, was established in September 1993 as a heavy-duty truck and trailer parts retailer in El Paso.
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Here is a gallery of photos taken during Union Pacific’s Grand Opening.
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Union Pacific’s railyard began initial operations today. Here are photos from around the railyard (taken on April 1st, 2014):
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Here are photos of the projects that are currently underway in the Santa Teresa Business Center and the Santa Teresa Intermodal Park.
Penny’s Diner and the Oak Tree Hotel receiving their final touches. Continue reading “Signs of Growth in Santa Teresa”
Copyright © 2014 Albuquerque JournalBy Lauren Villagran / Journal Staff Writer – Las Cruces Bureau
PUBLISHED: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 12:05 am
SANTA TERESA – Semi-trucks inched slowly over the U.S. border into Mexico in single file one recent weekday morning – just a hint of the traffic jam expected here in the coming months.
Union Pacific Railroad will ramp up operations at its much-touted truck-to-rail hub through April and plans a grand opening May 28, about a year ahead of schedule.
But observers in government and business on both sides of the border say neither side is ready to handle the expected increase in truck traffic at New Mexico’s fastest-growing commercial port of entry.
Continue reading “Santa Teresa rail hub to open early”