Companies shipping truckloads over 650 miles now have a real alternative in domestic intermodal. More and more BCO's and NVO's rely on InTek Freight and Logistics for door-to-door intermodal on 53' equipment to maximize shipping lane capacity, minimize costs and guarantee reliable delivery of their products. Through InTek's SunteckTTS agency, it only takes one call for shippers to gain access to over 150,000 North American 53' intermodal containers, plus thousands and thousands of 20' and 40' containers for inland freight movements. Our leading-edge technology makes the transition from truckload to intermodal simple.
Key Advantages Intermodal has over Truckload:
BCO's and NVO's are always on the quest to find the most effective and efficient method to ship their freight. When planning your next load, there are a number of elements that you should consider to see if a conversion from truckload to intermodal is the best course of action for your shipment.
There are numerous misunderstandings surrounding the speed, security, and value of intermodal. Many of these misconceptions were created years ago, yet not erased from the minds of many shippers. With many still living in the past, value is being left on the table for loads that would be a good fit for intermodal.
InTek Freight and Logistics has direct relationship with all of the North American Class I Railroads in the country. As a result of these relationships, InTek provides some of the most comprehensive 53' intermodal services in the industry, plus 20' and 40' options that many IMC's cannot access. To learn more about the availability and strength of this network, take a look at our intermodal network map.
InTek Freight and Logistics offers transloading services for both import and export freight at the major US ports. Our team can either perform inland movements via 53' domestic intermodal or truckload. As a result, BCO's and NVO's can better manage channel inventory needs at a reduced all-in cost.