That will only happen if you have Wait for full Load, right?
Anyway, nice tip
yeah thats right
Personally i do use full load but if 1 industry is producing slower than the other i leave off the wait for full load from some (but not all) of my trains For the smaller industry. I usually find after a while that the quieter station catches up in production as it will have less empty time between trains and as i use double stations the quieter industry will tend to have 100% constantly so will begin to increase production earlier than the busier station
obviously this doesn't always happen but as a general rule it works
lumber is my favorite for this as i then get all the goods to transport (often by truck purely because i like trucks and have loads of different goods trucks like maydays semi trucks and seelenqualls DHL and coca cola truck (among others) its not as efficient as trains but with careful route planing it does the job and looks good
talking of lumber i recently played a game where 2 forrests were side by side i couldn't resist but because i was concentrating on trucks in the and it was (1920) i had only 1 train available a tiny 450hp steamer so i built my station 27 long 4 blocks above ground had 34 wagons behind a tiny train and put a ramp down off the end of the station 1 way signals all the way and dropped the other 3 blocks down along the way ended up with about 16 trains with 4 platforms (2 stations).
The empty trailers were a little slow coming back but i was making a fortune just kept adding trains as the forrests upped production. (SIDE NOTE at four blocks high you don't destroy the trees). I used the same trick with goods to a local town
which reminds as i didn't want to take the goods too far i did just as i say below took (see tip) 2 game years before i could take goods there by that time i had finished building the connection and had started to expand my lumber operations and had enough money to buy the tons of goods trains i needed to keep up
here is another tip
If you have no where to take goods, or simple want to use a town you cant use yet. It will cost a little effort but not a lot. Build your station very close to the town you want to use and build some roads around your station connect your roads to the town roads and be sure to build roads both sides of your station now build a tram or bus route but build as though your new roads have loads of houses on them as well as in the already populated area this will cause the town to grow quickly round your station and tram route (so make sure you build all your access tracks before the staion is over run
) before long you will have a station in the middle of a town great for receiving goods
(also as the town grows your Tram/bus will start to make a good profit too)