There is, or at least used to be a very large (hundreds of cars per year) move of paper ex Sappi at Westbrook to a point in Eastern, PA, I think it was Chapman or Lancaster, where the paper was re-cut into certain sizes, I think it was referred to as a conversion or slitting operation. Guilford would take a whack at this business every once in a while but it never lasted long due to service issues, as I think the plant demanded a certain transit time that Guilford was never able to live up to. It also required a low rail rate to compete with truck, so Guilford was never really that interested in making it work. Post Conrail, the destination became an NS point and now the service would be even worse as cars would have to go through Deerfield, Mohawk, Binghamton, Enola, etc. Again, not sure if this is still somewhere they ship to, but it was not too long ago.