Inland point intermodal flows shift away from US West Coast

Inland point intermodal flows shift away from US West Coast

The focus of IPI has been moving away from the US West Coast toward the East Coast and Western Canada. This has big implications for individual railroads, but also broader impacts regarding shorter length of haul and diminishing industry revenue per move.

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