Growing Stronger

At Maalt, we know the energy business changes on a daily basis.  That is why it has always been our focus to react quickly to customers needs. Over the past eight years, Maalt has grown from two terminals in Fort Worth, Texas to an extensive network of strategically positioned frac sand transload and storage terminals covering the shale plays in Texas and Oklahoma.

Maalt LP has a combined storage capacity of over 370,000 tons

More Storage.

  • With a combined storage capacity of over 370,000 tons, Maalt, LP is able to service customers’ needs on short notice while reducing logistics costs.

 

  • Let Rycut build silos close to your well site.
A train is pulling in to unload sand into the storage silos.
Custom building new transload locations and new frac sand storage.

Introducing Rycut

As a result of Maalt, LP's rapid growth there rose a need to have an affiliate with a single purpose: building Trans-load facilities and frac sand storage locations.

Rycut can satisfy our customer's requests for new transload locations and frac sand storage.

Customers may hire Rycut independently.*

More Transload Locations

Train pulling in to unload sand into to the storage silos

Our newest, state-of-the-art, frac sand transload facility in Big Lake, Texas is located on 205 acres and is served by the Texas Pacifico Railroad.

 

Developed and constructed by Rycut, we are setting the bar high for MAALT’s future with this facility.

Offering manifest rail service solutions in the Eagle Ford shale

More Flexibility

We offer both unit train and manifest rail service solutions in the Eagle Ford Shale.

Build to suit storage solutions provides forward staging of product, minimizing trucking costs when it is time to get the frac sand to the well head.

Coming Soon

Pecos, Texas track expansion to provide for Unit and Manifest Train transload operations.

Bulk Carrier of frac sand
24 hour logistics

Contact : Chris Favors

Director of Sales and Marketing

Office: 817-563-3525

Cell: 682-251-5538

cfavors@maaltlp.com

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