Intermodal shipping can offer a low-cost, environmentally conscious alternative to shipping items over the road. Proximity to a rail hub is not required to utilize intermodal service. Have your shipment loaded into a container, trucked to the railroad, and loaded onto the train. At its final destination, your freight will be loaded onto a truck for delivery.
Shipping solid, unpackaged material like cocoa, grains, or coal? Dry bulk shipping containers allow for ease of loading and unloading.
Rely on a professional to transport your hazardous materials. Our carriers comply with the US DOT's strict hazmat transport regulations.
Our heavy haul experts are ready for your shipment, whether you're looking to move wind turbines or large construction equipment.
Move your freight from one mode to the next quickly and efficiently. Lo/Lo vessels have cranes aboard to load and unload cargo hassle-free.
From petroleum to fruit juice, we will partner with the right intermodal carrier to meet your specific needs.
From bananas to paper products and everything in between, Armstrong has the experience and know-how to move your freight.
“Reliability is Armstrong's best attribute. We had a carrier issue with our #2 customer very late in the day a few weeks ago. I called Armstrong, and within 30 minutes, I got a text telling me not to worry because the load was covered. That kind of service is unheard of in this day and age. I would have let our customer down if it had been any other freight provider.”
Terry T. • RiteScreen
In an industry known for complexities, learn how 3PLs can better advise shippers on which intermodal transport options to use for safe, efficient, and cost-effective results.
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