Company History

Founded in 1985, BTI provided an alternative, competitively priced soda ash transportation service for product mined throughout southwestern Wyoming. Trucks began moving soda ash from mines located in the Green River Basin north 200 miles to a rail transload facility at Bonneville, Wyoming. BTI and the BNSF Railway joined forces to provide this service which continues to this day.

BTI strived for diversification and continues to look for new opportunities for expansion. Our first major was the opening of a terminal in Kemmerer, WY. This facility was designed to haul coal from the Chevron Mine (previously the P&M Mine) to soda ash processing plants. By placing a office close to the coal load out facility, BTI found itself in a prime position to service the majority of soda ash producers in southeastern Wyoming.