C.A.T. introduces door-to-door intermodal service

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C.A.T. has announced a new door-to-door intermodal service for its clients shipping to all points in North America.

The new service combines the company’s asset and non-asset based network, and so far it has added capacity, and a reduced carbon footprint in comparison to over the road transport.

Derrick Broome

C.A.T. is coordinating the transport of 20’, 40’ and 53’ full load container shipments to and from the rail ramp. From there, the container are transported by rail though the States bu various class one railways. Finally, the delivery is executed by the C.A.T logistics team door-to-door.

To provide a seamless operation, industry veteran Derrick Broome has been appointed to head the new offering. President of C.A.T., Daniel Goyette said, “Derrick Broome is a welcome addition to our team and a great asset to our company. As vice president-intermodal, Derrick will head up the specialized intermodal division and will be based out of Columbus, Ohio.”

Broome commented: “I have been involved with most aspects of transportation including rail, road, dray, sales and operations. This position gives me the opportunity to use all these skills but more importantly, allows me to use my years of experience to drive further efficiency into our customers’ supply chain.”

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