For Manufacturers, Retailers, Grocers and other supply chain decision makers looking to learn more about converting to intermodal rail
CSXT Intermodal cross-border services
CSXT Intermodal’s expansive network makes moving freight to Canada and Mexico a seamless and efficient process. With cross-border moves, shippers can feel confident that their freight is secure and protected throughout its journey. CSXT Intermodal has the resources available to assist customers with border clearance, customs processes and other intermodal procedures.
To learn more about cross-border services, click here to hear from Ryan Houfek, assistant vice president CSXT Intermodal.
Located approximately 40 miles outside Montreal along Autoroute 30, is Valleyfield, Quebec, home to CSX Intermodal Terminals, Inc.’s newest facility. The Valleyfield terminal is strategically positioned on the CSXT Intermodal Network for capacity and connectivity. The terminal serves domestic and international equipment and contributes to the reach of the intermodal system, improving the efficiency of cross-border intermodal freight bound for locations across North America.
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CSXT Intermodal connects with Mexico through its relationships with other Class I railroads. Channel partners may work collaboratively across railroads to move domestic equipment in their own assets to and from Mexico. Customers have access to a UMAX rail asset solution to and from Mexico utilizing Streamline Passport.
Intermodal service between the eastern United States and Mexico is available in the UMAX program via Streamline Passport, a door to door solution for shippers to more than 100 Mexican locations. Passport rates include all border fees, fuel surcharge and container per diem charges in Mexico.
CSXT Intermodal is a trusted partner for ensuring that all customs requirements are met when shipping cross-border freight. Our team of experts is available to train new users of cross-border intermodal and consult on best practices of NAFTA freight flows.