Rail & Intermodal

There’s still plenty to concern shippers in 2017 when it comes to trucking and intermodal rail.

JOC Inland Distribution Conference panelist Roquita Coleman-Williams discusses the crucial role Memphis plays in the global economy.

At the 2016 JOC Inland Distribution conference Susan Maynor of the Greater Memphis Chamber discussed the importance of the city as a hub for transportation and logistics businesses.

The “capacity crunch” is a myth.

Chennai’s rail share in the first three fiscal quarters through the end of December slipped compared with 2015.

From consolidation and alliances to a new president and regulatory environment, 2017 will introduce new challenges and opportunities. In a roundtable discussion with JOC.com, three shippers discuss their biggest concerns in the year ahead.

Both companies now contend they are not receiving an equitable portion of the revenue from their partnership.

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust is struggling to convince shippers to shift freight to intermodal rail from trucks.

Union Pacific Railroad will gain control of assets throughout the United States as a result of its deal with Railex.

Food shippers have taken a particular interest in using the rail services made possible by the new line at Port Bronka.