Despite poor rail service, shippers face higher intermodal rates

Despite poor rail service, shippers face higher intermodal rates

U.S. Class I railroads are betting on tighter truck capacity, along with a surge of intermodal traffic, to allow them to kick domestic intermodal rate hikes into a higher gear.

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