As the largest railroad in the eastern United States and serving 40 intermodal terminals across our network, CSXT Intermodal is providing shippers with a transportation solution that offers scalable capacity, sustainable savings and reliability today, and in the future.
Intermodal scales to meet your needs efficiently, with the ability to move the load of 280 trucks on one train.
The environmental favorability of intermodal rail provides a responsible growth engine for sustainable freight transport.
Cost Savings via increased fuel efficiency and productivity gains are greatly beneficial to intermodal shippers.
Coast-to-coast service is available through seamless interchange with western railroad partners and connection to major ports.
CSXT Intermodal offers a vast network of shipping options. Detailed and interactive maps allow you not only to see the intermodal presence, but can help you build the ideal shipment route.
With potential cost and fuel savings and a reliable, established network, intermodal shipping can improve your bottom line today and become a responsible growth engine for tomorrow. Learn More
CSXT Intermodal offers a vast network of shipping options. Detailed and interactive maps allow you to see intermodal presence, and can help you build an ideal shipment route. Learn More
Including intermodal transportation in your shipping plans can result in cost savings, decreased fuel consumption and greater efficiency. The CSXT Highway to Intermodal Rail Optimizer is an easy way to optimize routes. Learn More
Learn more about the ease of integrating intermodal rail into your supply chain from some of our valued customers. Learn More
HOURS OF SERVICE WILL AFFECT WAREHOUSE, NETWORKS TOO
Hours of Service (HOS) regulations have been in effect since July 1st of this year. The FMCSA propagated these new rules limiting the number of consecutive hours a truck driver could be on the road to reduce driver fatigue and thus improve road safety.
SCHNEIDER REVAMPS INTERMODAL SERVICE ON U.S.-MEXICO CORRIDOR
Truckload and logistics giant Schneider National Inc. said it has revamped its U.S.-Mexico intermodal service to shave a day from transit times on the high-potential but still-underutilized corridor.
TRUCKERS TIRE OF GOVERNMENT SLEEP RULES
Under the revised sleep rules, the average workweek for truck drivers has been shortened to 70 hours from 82. They must take one 30-minute break during the first eight hours of driving.
CONSUMER GOODS COMPANIES TURNING TO
Are your consumer goods products (CPG) right for rail? Find out in the new industry white paper, Look Who's Riding the Rails, published by Kane is Able.
TRANSPORTATION INVESTMENTS KEEP FREIGHT, ECONOMY MOVING
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of visiting CSX's Northwest Ohio Terminal with Vice President Joe Biden. It's not our first trip to a key freight hub together. Last month, the Vice President and I visited the Ports of Baltimore, Charleston, and Savannah.