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Rail, Drayage, and Intermodal Freight Explained & Facts
The intermodal drayage or container drayage process originates with the receiving of freighted goods at an intermodal point, a warehouse, or a marine point. The cargo received is then separated, loaded and taken to its subsequent destination point. Door-to-door drayage: In this method, retail units are taken to a customer through roadways. Drayage can include the trucking of containerized cargo from port to port, or the cargo might be taken from a port to a rail yard to begin the next leg of its journey, or the cargo may be trucked to its ultimate location. CURAs Intermodal team is composed of trained and tenured experts who know the ins and outs of intermodal capacity, pricing, and opportunity.
We provide competitive rates and premium service at every port and rail ramp in North America through our trusted 1200+ drayage contacts that we have built and sustained relationships with after many years in the industry together. CURA gives clients the ability to expand and improve operations through our solidified resources and capacity. Did you know that one train can haul the loads of 280 trucks or more? We run network analyses to identify modal conversion opportunities. Roads of rails called Wagonways were being used in Germany as early as 1550.