US rail freight operators won’t copy hauliers by trading price for volume

July 15, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Rail operators are failing to take advantage of the difficulties plaguing North American haulage, but in Canada at least, the sky is looking a little less stormy.   
North America, much like Europe, is seeing an ongoing decline in the number of long-haul truckers, but US haulage firms have continued to depress volumes for rail operators.   
Vice president of NF Industries Mark McKendry told The Loadstar on the eve of North American class 1 railways publishing first-half results, intermodal business had seen a ...

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