Mississippi Export Railroad (MSE) is celebrating 100 years of service to the Gulf Coast region. Since 1922, we have played a vital role in the development and sustainability of many businesses along the Mississippi and Alabama Gulf Coasts. Throughout the years, while the commodities transported through the rail line have changed, MSE remains steadfast and nimble. Through world wars and hurricanes, MSE has relied on its dedicated team to navigate the turbulent times and generate new business, moving forward and transporting excellence.
Headquartered in Moss Point, Mississippi Export Railroad is a 42-mile short line railroad that extends from Pascagoula to Evanston, Mississippi. It is the north-south corridor connecting the Canadian National Railroad (CN) and the east-west line of CSX Transportation (CSXT). MSE also connects to the Norfolk Southern (NS) in Mobile, AL, and Hattiesburg, MS, and Kansas City Southern (KCS) in Jackson, MS, through haulage agreements. These connections and their alliances link the Gulf of Mexico to all points on the continent and beyond.
As a subsidiary of MSE, Alabama Export Railroad (ALE) is a transportation service company providing freight rail service in Mobile, AL. With connections to seven railroads - Canadian National Railroad (CN), CSX Transportation (CSXT), Norfolk Southern (NS), Kansas City Southern (KCS), Terminal Railway Alabama State Docks (TASD), Alabama and Gulf Coast Railway (AGR), and CG Railway (CGR) - as well as the Port of Mobile and APM Terminals, ALE also links customers to any point around the world.
MSE/ALE is a diversified company with a full-service maintenance, railcar, and locomotive repair shop with AAR M-1003 (B25, C5 & C6) and RLJ certifications, railcar storage facilities, track maintenance and repair, transloading terminals and industrial development sites.learn more MSE 100 Years
The MSE and ALE are strategically located short line railroads providing economical logistics solutions from the South East United States spanning to any point globally.Learn more