Rail & Intermodal

Shippers moving goods from northeastern China to international markets are turning to Russian ports.

Pending any dramatic shakeup to trade relations, the railway — which operates a north-south network in Mexico and the US Midwest — said that despite recent downturn in intermodal revenue and volume, it remains optimistic about growing cross-border intermodal trade.

President and Chief Operating Officer Keith Creel said international business growth is welcome but, “we’re not going to bet the farm on it.”

Shippers show they are willing to pay more for dedicated capacity, and J.B. Hunt is happy to oblige.

E. Hunter Harrison is leaving Canadian Pacific Railway early possibly to try to take the reins of CSX Transportation

Greece has closed on the sale of its state-owned freight and passenger rail company Trainose.

Chennai Port Trust is seeking approval to build a dry port so it can ease chronic truck congestion and remain competitive.

CSX Transportation says it’s holding firm on pricing increases.

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

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