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Intermodal Rail Bracketology

The Intermodal Rail Bracketology Guide helps shippers identify sub-optimal full-truckload freight that is vulnerable to capacity constraints if and when a supply chain disruption occurs. By CSX

March 24, 2016

Defend your supply chain from disruption.

Proper modal selection for the movement of goods is a critical component of managing an optimal supply chain.

The Intermodal Rail Bracketology Guide helps shippers identify sub-optimal full-truckload freight that is vulnerable to capacity constraints if and when a supply chain disruption occurs.

Modal diversification delivers a long-term capacity contingency plan that helps minimize future supply chain upsets.

96% of shippers have at least one highway-to-intermodal rail conversion opportunity hidden in their network.* How many do you have?

Download the interactive guide to identify which of your freight moves should be evaluated for intermodal rail.

The benefits of converting to intermodal rail include:

  • Cost-saving opportunities
  • Access to secure capacity to meet your operation’s needs
  • A sustainable, environmentally friendly from of freight transportation


*based on all shipper truckload files analyzed in 2015 by the CSXT Intermodal H2R Optimizer


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