Port of Virginia’s massive expansion project is done, but not everyone is happy
After about two years, the Port of Virginia has finally been able to put a bow on one of its major expansion projects.
Virginia International Gateway, one of the two main terminals, is now 800 feet longer. It can accommodate three ultra-large container ships at once and features more than a dozen new stacking yards to pack in more containers to be whisked away by truck or by rail. (more…)Read more
Kevin Mott uses military experience to help drivers every day
Helping drivers keep their wheels turning is the priority of the Driver Services Department. They are often the people whom drivers call while on the road with questions. They serve as advocates for drivers in their daily operations handling all aspects of roadside repairs, storage, fuel updates, and owner operator tractor repair support.
“Our internal process always starts with listening to what the driver, operations, or a repair vendor needs. Every phone call or email we receive is different because every driver, operations member, or repair vendor is different. Because we tend to know everyone personally, we try to tailor our interactions with them individually to make our support more effective.”
– Kevin Mott, Driver Services Manager (more…)
IMC Companies Named in Top 100 For-Hire Carriers in North America
Transport Topics names IMC Companies a leader in the top for-hire carriers in North America. IMC Companies ranked 80 out of the Top 100, an increase of two positions from their 2018 ranking. The Transport Topics Top 100 and accompanying […]Read more
Atlantic Intermodal Services Receives Trucker of the Year Award
Charleston, SC: Atlantic Intermodal Services (AIS) in Charleston, South Carolina was awarded Trucker of the Year for providing outstanding service in the intermodal industry. Evergreen Shipping Agency Corporation presented the award. Atlantic Intermodal Services is part of the IMC Companies family of brands. (more…)Read more
IMC Companies Receives Multiple Workplace Safety Awards from Great West Casualty Company
Five regional companies recognized for safety achievements
IMC Companies was presented safety awards by Great West Casualty Company as part of Great West’s Annual Workplace Safety Awards Program. Five regional companies within the IMC Companies Family of Brands were recognized: Atlantic Intermodal Services, DNJ Intermodal Services, Gulf Intermodal Services, and H&M Intermodal Services were awarded the Platinum Safety Award; Intermodal Cartage Company was awarded the Gold Safety Award. (more…)Read more
A Conversation with Joel Tracy, CIO of IMC Companies
Sridhar Sunkara sits down with Joel Tracy, Chief Information Officer for IMC Companies, as they dive into the world of intermodal transportation logistics and how technology is playing a critical role in many areas like operational efficiencies, fleet efficiencies, customer experience, driver experience, and other areas at IMC Companies. Also, Joel explains how new and emerging technologies like cloud, artificial intelligence, IoT, the blockchain, safety technologies, and more helping IMC to have a competitive advantage. (more…)Read more
IMC Companies EVP Testifies Before U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
Donna Lemm, EVP of National Sales for IMC Companies represented the Agriculture Transportation Coalition (AgTC) and testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation at a hearing entitled Connecting America: Examining Intermodal Connections Across Our Surface Transportation Network. Senator Deb Fischer of Nebraska, the Chair of the Transportation and Safety Subcommittee, conducted a multimodal hearing with representatives from railroad, intermodal, and AgTC. (more…)Read more
Ag shippers seek funding action for stressed out transportation system
At seemingly every turn in the supply chain, agribusiness shippers say they are feeling the hurt caused by rail and truck equipment shortages, burdensome ocean carrier fees, and overall freight congestion that they claim a strong federal freight funding package will help alleviate. (more…)Read more
Port Charleston looks to containers on barges as congestions grips Lowcountry highways.
The Port of Charleston wants to put freight that comes in on the water, well, back on the water with a container-on-barge service, which is expected to be online as early as 2022. The project, which could cost up to $100 million, would only take about one in five containers now being (more…)Read more
IANA Elects 2019 Board of Directors and Officers
On January 1, 2019, the Intermodal Association of North America installed its 2019 Board of Directors and Officers, including two new members. Kevin Lhotak was elected Chairman of the Board.Read more