The freight industry has undergone significant changes in the last couple of decades. Considering the recent closures in the sector, this has highlighted the vulnerability of many companies. Exploring the ebbs and flows unveils insights into how the economy has evolved in recent years, leading to multiple trucking companies closing.
Intermodal transportation moves goods from point A to point B using two different transportation modes. Goods are shipped in steel containers by either trucks, railroads, ships, or air freight.
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Supply chain resilience became a top priority for countries around the world. As consumer demand fluctuates, shippers and manufacturers need to be quick to adapt. This can ensure goods make their way to consumers while saving money, time and resources.
As businesses expand, transloading operations can move freight globally. In these scenarios, the most common form of transloading is moving cargo.