Domestic and international intermodal, the two dominant forms of the U.S. and Canadian containerized rail business, are heading down separate tracks, and the space between them is widening as weak import growth combines with shippers’ growing penchant to transload goods into 53-foot domestic containers.
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Transloading Seeds Domestic Intermodal Growth
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