Intermodal is commonly thought of as slow, unreliable, and complicated, but that is not the case with today's door-to-door intermodal service. The railroads have made and continue to make substantial investments in infrastructure, technology and people to give intermodal truck-like characteristics, while being cost and transit competitive on lanes over 700 miles.
The investments have positioned intermodal as the fastest-growing segment in domestic transportation and pushed what many call the "highway to rail conversion" to the next level. Our eBook "Intermodal Misconceptions" sheds light on the most common misconceptions and shows how intermodal can be beneficial to you.
Table of Contents
- Misconception 1: Transit Time
- Misconception 2: Unreliable
- Misconception 3: Damage and Loss
- Misconception 4: Competition
- Misconception 5: Complicated
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