Present situation could shape future outcomes for intermodal

The present congestion and service-plagued status for intermodal could have consequences over the longer term for all stakeholders in the chain, as retailers look for alternatives to avoid empty shelves heading into the holiday season.

The fact that railroads are metering capacity to limit congestion at inland facilities and ports

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