Atlanta Intermodal Drayage Opportunities
DrayNow is available for intermodal customers and trucking carriers operating in the Atlanta intermodal drayage market. Learn more below about the benefits of our intermodal technology solutions in this market.
For intermodal marketing companies (IMCs) looking to find more capacity in the Atlanta, Georgia intermodal drayage market, look no further than DrayNow! We’ve registered hundreds of owner operators and small carrier companies on our mobile app, where they’re able to pick up intermodal power only loads they’re interested in hauling. Our drayage service is available for both spot moves and contracted lanes nationwide, including Atlanta.
Besides the availability of capacity, our drayage service includes real-time updates on loads as they’re running and instant document capture, getting immediate access to all relevant paperwork. The DrayNow platform can essentially house your entire intermodal workflow for every order run through our service.
Intermodal freight brokers interested in getting drayage service through the DrayNow platform can contact us via the form below.
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Owner operators and other types of motor carriers who are able to haul 53’ containers can find local intermodal loads via the DrayNow app. For anyone unfamiliar with intermodal trucking, it’s a type of trucking where the truck driver will start by heading to a rail yard to pick up an intermodal drayage container to later get loaded or unloaded at a shipper.
Intermodal freight in the Atlanta area will be coming out of the Norfolk Southern Austell ramp, the NS Inman ramp, CSX Fairburn, and BNSF Infinity over in Palmetto, GA. In order to haul loads out of these rail yards, owner operators will need to register with each rail company prior to running their first load.
Intermodal loads are primarily of a short distance, staying within a 250-mile radius with many loads being less than 100 miles round-trip. Given the Atlanta location, freight may be heading out of the state, including Alabama, South Carolina, and Florida. Because freight can be traveling out of state, carriers using the DrayNow app would need interstate operating authority in order to sign up.
Owner operators who are interested in the DrayNow mobile app to access intermodal loads in their area can start signing up at the link below.
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