Missouri is ideally suited for exporting products across the United States via rail. Two of the largest rail terminals in the United States are located in Kansas City and St. Louis, linking over 4,000 miles of track throughout the state. Missouri is ranked 10th in the U.S. for railroad mileage.
Missouri ranks 4th in tons and 3rd in rail carloads carried by state (Association of American Railroads).
Missouri provides inexpensive and efficient shipping across the country via all class-one carriers: Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Kansas City Southern, Norfolk Southern, Union Pacific, CSX, CN and Canadian Pacific.