Robin Hood merges with RoadOne IntermodaLogistics

Feb. 8, 2018
See how Robin Hood Container Express merging with RoadOne IntermodaLogistics will expand the intermodal network.

RoadOne IntermodaLogistics, a single-source intermodal, distribution, and logistics service company, announced that Robin Hood Container Express is merging with RoadOne.

Robin Hood is a second-generation intermodal trucking company with operations throughout the US Southeast including: Savannah GA, Charleston SC and Wilmington NC. The merger will expand RoadOne’s overall North American intermodal network and reach to deliver strong support for customers in the future.

Robin Hood will benefit from RoadOne’s fuel, truck and insurance purchasing capabilities, as well as RoadOne’s full, end-to-end technology platform. The RoadOne web-based technology platform includes: full end-to-end visibility with Container Intelligence Tracker; real time driver updates that integrate weather and traffic with RoadTrak; and systematized route optimization.

RoadOne delivers a single-source logistics solution by providing quality, reliable port and rail container drayage, terminal operations, dedicated truckload solutions, transloading, warehousing and distribution solutions nationwide.  It operates in more than 40 locations with 1,000-plus drayage tractors throughout key intermodal locations across North America.

For more information, visit www.roadone.com.

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