For Manufacturers, Retailers, Grocers and other supply chain decision makers looking to learn more about converting to intermodal rail
Over 13 million domestic loads were moved by intermodal rail last year.
Reduce your exposure to future capacity crunches; turn to intermodal rail as a part of a balanced transportation portfolio.
Hear from supply chain managers and transportation leaders as they describe their company’s intermodal conversion journey. Intermodal rail provided these companies a reliable alternative source of capacity as well as cost savings and a greener form of freight transportation.
Companies of all sizes, from start-ups to the Fortune 100, representing industries that manufacture and ship a wide variety of products from retail, electronics, food and beverage and more can benefit from intermodal rail. If you are currently shipping full truckload, containerized freight over 500 miles, you should evaluate your freight moves for intermodal rail.
Review the success stories below, and then contact an intermodal expert today to start your own intermodal journey.
Hear from Rainbow Distributors
Kyle Kilger, vice president Rainbow Distributors, discusses how the Highway to Rail (H2R) optimizer identified intermodal conversion opportunities and highlighted potential cost savings.
Hear from GE
Laurie Davis, commercial program leader General Electric Transportation, provides an overview of how GE uses intermodal to streamline its processes and reduce costs.