U.S. westbound intermodal rates increased for a second consecutive week, albeit minimally, as the overall U.S. index slipped, according to data on all-inclusive 53-foot door-to-door spot pricing quoted by railroads and provided by the 3PL IDS. The overall U.S. index edged down 0.4 percent or $9 to $2,007.50, due mostly to a steep decline in northbound lanes in the week of July 1.
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East-West Intermodal Index Inches Up
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