Cut freight costs, add capacity and create a sustainable supply chains.
Intermodal transport is a term used to describe a shipment and delivery strategy that involves the use of two or more different modes of transportation. A strategy of this type may involve a combination of methods that includes the use various shipment options that fall into the broad categories of air, rail, and over the road transportation.
Evolutions intermodal transportation program cut freight costs, add capacity and create a sustainable supply chain for its clients when talking about combining truck and rail services for its clients. Companies shipping truckloads over 700 miles now have a real alternative to trucking their freight through an intermodal service. More and more shippers are relying on door-to-door intermodal service on 53′, 45′ and 40′ equipment to maximize shipping lane capacity, minimize costs and guarantee reliable delivery of their products.