Headquartered in Moss Point, Mississippi Export Railroad is a 42-mile short line railroad located in Mississippi extending from Evanston to Pascagoula. 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.

MSE History

MSE History

The Mississippi Export Railroad, one of 500 short line railroads in the United States, was first envisioned in the 1880’s by two local businessmen, J. W. Stewart and Oscar Randall.

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why mse?

Mississippi Export Railroad is a strategic partner able to provide immense value to long-haul logistical operations throughout the South-Eastern United States, with connections to 4 Class I railroads allowing logistical solutions throughout the continent.

why mse?
Greg Luce

Personal service is the answer! This is our railroad’s basic philosophy

Greg Luce President and Chairman of the Board


Mississippi Export Railroad’s associates are dedicated to providing the best-personalized customer service.
They are skilled and experienced in offering creative solutions to help businesses prosper. Mississippi Export Railroad is the gateway to reliable distribution service to and from South Mississippi.