There is no rail service there that amounts to anything. They only receive inbound loads of grain. Just about all of that comes in via the NS, on the west end of the plant complex.
CN switches the east end, but it's almost nothing. I used to see the CN in there quite often, but I haven't seen them in there for many months now. When the CN was in there, there was one of the hired Kellogg's Security guys that had to unlock and open a gate for the CN, and he would sit by the gate and wait for them to finish and then lock the gate and go about protecting Kellogg's from .... ?
I would think that will continue.
They haven't shipped anything by rails for many many years.
Kellogg's has their own switch engine on the east side of their complex, but I've never seen it moving. They use a track mobile on the west side.
Kellogg's has been trying to close down their Headquarters here in town and move everybody from there to Grand Rapids.
Also back years ago when Kellogg's tore down their south factory they moved all of the equipment to Mexico, just weeks after they announced they were not going to do that.
One of the Unions representing the hourly employees got wind of their intentions and confronted Kellogg's about this. Kellogg's put out a press release that said they had no plans to move the equipment to Mexico, that they were going to move it to one or two other production complexes around the US.
So that satisfied the union. And after a short mourning period the equipment went to Mexico.
Like just about ALL industries around the US today, Kellogg's is not employee friendly.