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  • Meet Mike.

    HE'S THE TRAINS OF THE OPERATION.

    Mike

    “There are tons of reasons to use intermodal shipping,” smirks Mike. “Get it? Tons?” It’s no wonder that everyone plays well with Mike, a maven of efficiency, affordability and behaving environmentally responsibly. Trucks and ships love him, and he shares his love back, one ton at a time.

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  • Meet Rosie.

    SHE’S A Swell Gal.

    Rosie

    This buoyant tour de force enjoys sunsets, seagulls and shipping overseas. Simply put, Rosie moves goods across nature’s fish tank, responsible for getting cargo from Point A to Point B when there’s a massive, oceanlike object in between. From there, she passes things off to her landlubbing counterparts — truck and train.

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  • Meet Bob.

    HE’S A MOVER, NOT A SHAKER.

    Bob

    Steady as he goes, Bob is the brawn behind this whole intermodal shipping thing. High-powered, electric, advanced and eco-friendly, Bob helps seamlessly and precisely connect the many modes of transportation, one container at a time.

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  • Meet Carl.

    HIS WAY IS THE HIGHWAY.

    Carl

    If there’s one thing Carl likes as much as the open road, it’s his matching mudflaps that go along with it. Using the efficiency of rail to complete the long haul portion of the move, Carl goes where trains cannot, a keen navigator of the asphalt and efficiency.

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  • Meet Randy and Sandy.

    ATTACHED AT THE IMPENETRABLE STEEL HIP.

    Randy and Sandy

    While these two might not share the same brain, Randy and Sandy certainly share the same philosophy on intermodal shipping: By double-stacking containers, intermodal shipping lowers costs, fuel consumption and freight density.

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