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AXSUN REVOLUTIONIZES INTERMODAL SHIPPING WITH ADVANCED ASSET TRACKING. A CASE STUDY BY BLACKBERRY AND AXSUN

BlackBerry Radar has provided Axsun with precisely the visibility and control it was looking for across its assets, allowing it to ensure that unauthorized use is no longer a concern. It has also leveraged BlackBerry Radar to optimize the maintenance of its chassis units so equipment is properly rotated for a better return on investment across its fleet.

 

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DELIVERING RELIABILITY, TRUST AND SERVICE. A CASE STUDY BY C.H. ROBINSON AND JEL SERT

Jel Sert sought reliable transportation service and consistent freight costs and service levels for its season, high-volume shipments.

 

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FLEXIBLE LEASING OF PREMIUM CHASSIS LOWERS TOTAL OPERATING COSTS. A CASE STUDY BY MILESTONE EQUIPMENT HOLDINGS

Learn how our premium chassis, responsive customer service and flexible lease options helped ContainerPort Group's customers meet unprecedented demand created by the COVID-19 pandemic while lowering its total operating costs.

 

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TAKING CONTROL OF RISK. A CASE STUDY BY TRUE NORTH COMPANIES

Many companies opt to take control of risk by moving to a higher deductible or self-insured retention (SIR). With lower deductibles and higher premiums, a motor carrier does not have a seat at the table to negotiate claims. By moving to a higher deductible or SIR, motor carriers can gain control and reduce costs.

 

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Are We Back on Track? 2022 Intermodal Trends

Railroad shipping — especially intermodal — was perhaps the hardest hit link in the supply chain throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Capacity imbalances, port backlogs and equipment shortages ground complex rail and truck networks to a halt across North America.

More than two years later, is this essential shipping mode back on track? And where is it headed from here?

Find out from intermodal experts how the rails are preparing for the years to come and how to approach intermodal pricing.




CIE Manufacturing: Leading the Intermodal Evolution

At a time when high-quality, durable equipment has never been so important, CIE Manufacturing introduces the new North American Pioneer chassis line. Engineered and manufactured with a focus on Excellence, the Pioneer intermodal chassis is produced in our East and West Coast facilities using cutting-edge technology and processes that ensure the highest possible ROI for our customers.

Quality. Precision. Safety.

We introduce to you the Pioneer.




Kansas City Southern: Proud of our heritage and confident in our future

As the world begins to exit from a 2+ year pandemic, an already strained supply chain is being further challenged by an increase in consumer demand. Railroads have been an essential part of keeping the economy moving.

Kansas City Southern, through The Kansas City Southern Railway Company and Kansas City Southern de Mexico, is the only railroad to operate both within the U.S. and in Mexico. Our combined 7,100 route miles traverse from the heartland of the United States through the heartland of Mexico. To meet the growing demands, Kansas City Southern is making targeted capital investments, particularly on our cross-border network to grow capacity and improve service quality. Given our unique rail footprint, we understand the important role that rail plays in facilitating growth in cross-border trade and in supply chain resiliency.

With a deep history of being forward thinking, innovative and resilient, Kansas City Southern has served the US market in some form or fashion for over 135 years. And, we’ve had the privilege and the opportunity to serve Mexico for over one quarter of a century.

We are proud of our heritage and confident in our future.