Tag Archives: intermodal

Surprising Trends in Length of Haul


The explanations for the shortening LOHs are varied – closer distribution points, the loss of volume to intermodal, and the shift from West to East Coast importing – and deserve closer scrutiny.

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TIA and the Flattening, Digitizing World

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Will Sehestedt | TRANSPORTATION INTERMEDIARIES ASSOCIATION As technology continually makes commerce more global, TIA members are increasingly impacted by the international freight economy even if their core businesses remain focused on the North American or domestic U.S. marketplaces. More than half of TIA members offer at least one international freight service, whether that be cross-border, North American over-the-road or intermodal, ...

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What Is the Port-to-Store Movement – and Why Should You Pay Attention?

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FAQs Answered Shawntell Kroese | LOUP LOGISTICS In the culinary world, the farm-to-table movement is the latest trend. But for 3PLs, the “port-to-store” movement is the trend to watch. What is port-to-store? And why should you care? Let’s answer these and the other most frequently asked questions about the movement. What Is “Port–to-Store”? Port–to-store is the management and visibility of ...

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