RFX Blog | Archive for May, 2013

The Evolution of Intermodal Logistics

May 31st, 2013

Intermodal shipping is an important part of today’s economy. Without the advances made by the pioneers of intermodal logistics, the singular method of shipping these nowadays would take a lot longer and be much more expensive. Produce, for example, would be nearly impossible to ship, and grocery store offerings would be much less bountiful as […]

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Rail Traffic in North America in on the Up and Up

May 29th, 2013

According to the Association of American Railroads, as of May 4th of this year, the amount of intermodal and carload traffic in North America continues to increase. This might be a good indicator of next year’s projections as well with the world economy having improved from last year. Rail Volumes in North America May, 2012-2013 The […]

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