Can intermodal transportation expand beyond its niche? Find out at the Surface Transportation Summit
October 2, 2013
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Years ago, intermodal movements were only cost and service effective on freight movements of 1500 miles and up. But intermodal transportation has gone through a renaissance over the last decade and this number is now well...
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Years ago, intermodal movements were only cost and service effective on freight movements of 1500 miles and up. But intermodal transportation has gone through a renaissance over the last decade and this number is now well below 1000 miles.
Still, for many companies, intermodal transportation remains a niche component of their operations with intermodal revenues representing about 3% of the total North American freight spend. Is this about to change? Is your company making effective use of intermodal transportation as part of its procurement or customer fulfillment operations?
Find out at our 2013 Surface Transportation Summit this October 16th at the Mississauga Convention Centre. Our Intermodal Transportation: Expanding Beyond its Niche session, includes a panel of industry experts who will provide their insights into this growing transportation mode. The panelists include:
Neil McKenna, vice president of transportation, Canadian Tire, is a key player in one of Canada’s best run supply chains. Canadian Tire is a key user of intermodal services.
Ron Tepper, executive chairman and CEO, Consolidated Fastfrate. Through its strategic partnership with CP Rail, Fastfrate has become the nation’s top LTL intermodal transportation provider.
Mark Lerner, Assistant Vice President Domestic Intermodal, CN Rail. Passionate about logistics, he has more than 20 years of experience in the field.
Barry O’Neill, executive vice president of the Canadian arm of Hub Group, he has grown the company to be an intermodal and 3PL leader in the transborder and domestic Canadian market.
The session is one of several sessions at the all-day Surface Transportation Summit.
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