For Manufacturers, Retailers, Grocers and other supply chain decision makers looking to learn more about converting to intermodal rail
On average, 94% of shippers have sub-optimized truckload moves hidden in their freight network.
Sub-optimized freight is an over-the-road freight move that has an intermodal alternative.
Eliminating sub-optimized freight builds a diverse transportation network that can leverage the strengths of multiple transportation modes, providing
Negative impacts of sub-optimized freight
How is sub-optimized freight impacting your business?
Volatility, change and disruption are constants in logistics. Trucking capacity will tighten as electronic logging devices (ELDs) and other trucking regulations go into effect. Supply chain managers who take the time to optimize for the future today will be in a much better place tomorrow when capacity tightens.
The Highway to Rail (H2R) freight optimizer tool offers an in-depth, confidential analysis of your freight network allowing you to isolate sub-optimized lanes that would benefit from converting to intermodal rail. By supplying your origin and destination points, freight type and volume, the H2R Optimizer identifies your most attractive nationwide highway to intermodal rail conversion opportunities.
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