Intermodal transportation is the use of two or more modes, or carriers, to transport freight from shipper to consignee. Special standardized containers are used for intermodal transport of cargo on trucks, trains, and ships. This mode may be right for you if, your shipments travel 300 miles or more, your freight ships to the same locations consistently, your shipments go to and from metro areas or across borders.
Intermodal transport often leads to lower costs, faster delivery, safer goods, and improved sustainability. Due to these strong advantages, intermodal transport has become a preferred system of transport in the supply chain. As global online trade and commerce grow, demand for intermodal transport will likely increase in the coming decades.
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