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Banyan Rail Services Inc. Subsidiary Enters Rail Tie Service

  Banyan Rail Services Inc. Subsidiary Enters Rail Tie Service Agreement with
  Kansas City Southern Railway

Business Wire

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- April 08, 2011

Banyan Rail Services Inc. (OTCBB: BARA), announced today that its wholly-owned
subsidiary, The Wood Energy Group, Inc. (“Wood Energy”), has entered into an
amended service agreement with Kansas City Southern Railway Company (“KCS”)
(NYSE: KSU) for the gathering, pick-up and disposal of scrap rail ties. Wood
Energy, based in St. Louis, Missouri, is one of the nation’s largest railroad
tie reclamation and disposal companies.

Under this amended service agreement, Wood Energy has been selected to pick up
and remove more than 500,000 railroad ties per year for the next two years.
The original service agreement designated Wood Energy to dispose of the ties
once delivered by KCS to Wood Energy. This agreement covers the gathering,
pick-up and disposal of rail ties along KCS’ 3,500-mile, 10-state rail system
serving the central and south central U.S.

Greg Smith, President of The Wood Energy Group, said, “This new KCS tie
contract is an excellent addition to our core business. By virtue of this
amended agreement, Wood Energy will increase its total tie reclamation volume
to well over 2 million ties annually. It has been a pleasure to work with the
folks at the KCS and we are excited about this opportunity to expand our
services with them.”

Banyan Rail Services Inc. is a railroad support services company headquartered
in Boca Raton, Florida. The Company owns The Wood Energy Group, Inc., one of
the nation’s largest railroad tie reclamation and disposal companies.

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Contact:

Banyan Rail Services Inc.
Larry Rutstein, 561-997-7776
 
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