The family-owned and operated Arkansas–Oklahoma Railroad (reporting mark AOK) started operations on March 3, 1996 and operates on a 118 mile corridor between Howe, OK to McAlester, OK and Shawnee, OK to Midwest City, OK. Equipment such as AOK Intermodal stack trains, however, can be found on almost any railroad in the United States.
- Stable operation with or without container loads due to Kato’s innovative heavier material steel compound plastic used for the construction of the well cars.
- Each container has a magnet and a metal plate to hold it securely to the well car bottom or to the top of the lower Kato container.
- The MAXI-I has resilient plastic connectors between the wells that allow for easy connecting and disengaging for both operation and storage.
Each AOK MAXI-I Articulated well car consists of five wells and includes 10 Hanjin 40' Magnetic Intermodal Containers.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 09 October, 2013.