Peak season: Were US intermodal rail expectations set too high?

Peak season: Were US intermodal rail expectations set too high?

This has been a record year for US intermodal rail, but changes in shipping patterns apparently have lowered the autumn intermodal peak — or broken it into two smaller peaks.

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