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NITL is one of the oldest and largest national associations representing companies engaged in the transportation of goods in both domestic and international commerce. Founded in 1907 our members include shippers and receivers of goods, third party intermediaries, logistics companies and other entities engaged in the transportation of goods. Rail transportation is vitally important for many NITL members and especially for those engaged in the shipment of chemicals, petroleum, cement, forest products and bulk commodities. Many of these members are “captive shippers” who operate facilities or are shipping to customers that have access to only a single rail carrier and would benefit from the competitive switching proposal.





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