US intermodal peak delayed, tariffs could be to blame

US intermodal peak delayed, tariffs could be to blame

Front-loading, probably prompted by concern about tariffs, has affected US intermodal transport this peak season, as well as ocean transport, creating a quieter rail September. However, shippers should note there are some signs of conditions heating up in a key section of the United States that could be a harbinger.

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