Intermodal
Government, Business, Logistics

Shippers Discuss ELDs, Intermodal in Cowen Survey

CSX train Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg News

Shippers expect to put more freight on railroads next year as concern persists about how the electronic-logging device mandate will tighten trucking capacity in 2018, according to a Cowen and Co. survey.

Ari Ashe | Staff Reporter
October 3, 2017
Business, Equipment, Logistics

Steady Growth Seen for Transloading, Supply Chain Experts Say

IANA panel IANA panelists (from left), Peter Wolff of TTX, Leachman of the University of California-Berkeley, Tuthill of CMA CGM, Jonathan Wahba of Canadian Pacific Railway and Boyle of Quik Pick Express. (Ari Ashe/Transport Topics)

LONG BEACH, Calif. — Since 2007, transloading has grown at double the rate of U.S. imports, and supply chain experts believe it will become more popular because of the benefits to the entire supply chain.

Ari Ashe | Staff Reporter
September 26, 2017
Business, Logistics

Port of Virginia Begins CSX Service to New Pittsburgh Intermodal Terminal

CSX double-stack train TT File Photo

CSX Transportation on Sept. 7 opened an intermodal terminal outside of Pittsburgh, and now the Port of Virginia will serve Pennsylvania and Ohio via double-stack trains.

Transport Topics
September 24, 2017