Operating in the Kansas City Intermodal Drayage Market
The DrayNow intermodal platform has a market in the Kansas City, Missouri region. Using the DrayNow platform, intermodal marketing companies (IMCs) can secure best-in-class drayage service powered by technology. Owner operators in the Kansas City area can use the DrayNow app to find local intermodal drayage.
By utilizing DrayNow, intermodal marketing companies can easily get their freight connected with capacity. Instead of you having to make calls to drayage carriers all around the area for capacity, our dedicated team and connective technology make it happen.
Brokers using the DrayNow platform get their freight connected with capacity while also getting to access state-of-the-art technology capabilities on each load. These include real-time tracking and tracing features, efficient container utilization and the ability to access BOLs and PODs in an instant. Customers can use DrayNow drayage service for their spot freight and any contract lanes in the area.
For intermodal marketing companies interested in getting DrayNow drayage service in the Kansas City area, please fill out the form below to get more information on next steps.
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The DrayNow app can be used by owner operator trucking companies interested in picking up 53’ intermodal container loads. Intermodal moves are typically local and involve the carrier picking up a container at a rail yard and delivering it to another location. There will be many different trip types to choose from, including live loads, live unloads, drop and hooks, and crosstowns.
The intermodal containers that carriers haul on drayage moves will be originating out of rail yards in the Kansas City region. These include the Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) intermodal terminal in Grandview, the Union Pacific (UP) Neff Yard, the Norfolk Southern (NS) Voltz Yard and the BNSF Kansas City Logistics Park intermodal facility in Edgerton, Kansas. Prior to running a load originating out of a rail yard, carriers will need to be registered with whatever rail company associated with that location.
Carriers will need interstate authority because they will most likely be traveling in between states given Kansas City’s location, but also because the cargo that they are hauling has been moving interstate. On top of interstate authority, carriers will need $1 million general liability insurance, $100,000 cargo insurance, and a power unit.
Owner operators interested in using the DrayNow app to find intermodal freight to haul can start registration by download the app at the link below.
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