CSX cuts more intermodal pairs as it restructures network
(Source: Supply Chain Dive, October 10, 2018)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The intermodal shifts are part of a master plan by CSX to consolidate its railroad network in order to provide more direct origin-and-destination pairs. At this year's investor conference, the railroad said by 2020 it hopes to have slashed its workforce to 21,000 employees (from 27,200 in 2017), its cars online to 109,000 (from 136,000), its locomotives to 2,420 (from 3,000), and have transitioned from 12 to just four hump yards on its network (one per operating region).
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Thursday, October 11, 2018
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