Rail operators across North America are continuing to capitalise on the dearth of truck drivers, as shippers’ headaches grow and US exporters become less competitive.
Yesterday, The Loadstar reported that while several of the region’s biggest rail operators had struggled to grow intermodal volumes, they had made gains at the expense of road hauliers.
Chief executive of CSX James Foote told investors that “every day” the carrier was winning new business from the …
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Source: The Loadstar