U.S. intermodal rail network primed for expected bumper harvest

US exporters are bracing for what could be another historic harvest this year, providing Western railroads with more intermodal cargo and container lines backhaul freight to Asia. Unlike in years past, however, the North American intermodal network is primed to accommodate that load and healthy competition from markets overseas should relieve pressure on intermodal equipment demands.
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