Delivering Holiday Cheer at Christmas!
As the end of the year approaches, we look back with pride at the challenges we’ve overcome and the growth we’ve experienced. As a driver, you understand firsthand what it takes to deliver America’s goods day in and day out. I’m sure you’ll agree that we could all use a little of Kris Kringle’s magic this holiday season as we continue to navigate the supply chain shortage. With Santa on our team, IMC is sure to deliver a fabulous Christmas to our customers, partners and – most importantly, drivers like you who make it all possible. We wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!Read more
Meet Harrison Hoof, Senior Vice President, IMCG – DFW Region
We had the good fortune of connecting with Harrison Hoof and we’ve shared our conversation below. To read the full article in Shoutout DFW – click HERE.Read more
Cargo Crisis: how delays at coastal ports and inland depots could affect you
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis may be known as “America’s Distribution Center,” but COVID-19 is cramping the Bluff City’s style.Read more
Intermodal Cartage Company Awarded Business Development Partner of the Year by Expeditors
Intermodal Cartage’s Nashville and Huntsville offices were awarded Expeditor’s Business Development Partner of the Year for 2020. This past year, IMCG worked closely with Expeditors to help find and develop mutual business partnerships with cargo owners.Read more
A Driver Saves Christmas!
This year definitely presented some unexpected challenges. However, those challenges were no match for the dedication of a driver when it comes to delivering Christmas to children in need. This year, IMC Companies team members collected and planned to deliver […]Read more
Industry Veteran Randy Wright Celebrates 25 Years
In 1995, Randy Wright worked in a 3PL warehouse in Memphis as director of operations. Mark H. George (now chairman of IMC Companies) recruited Wright to come on as Vice President of Operations for Intermodal Cartage Company (IMCG). With no […]Read more
Reimagining the Supply Chain
Tennessee could use some good old volunteer spirit. The state, struggling under the economic and manufacturing slump that has swept the globe since the COVID-19 outbreak, has seen trade plummet and unemployment soar. Although economic indicators appear to be trending upward, forecasting is uncertain if not unpredictable, and supply chain stakeholders are plotting how to adapt to fluctuating volumes.Read more
IMCG’s Harrison Hoof, III, Interviewed by News Channel 3
The pandemic has proven that truck drivers are essential workers. However, the American Trucking Association estimates that there is a shortage of 90,000 drivers each year.Read more
Cindy Markham Raises the Bar for Women in Trucking
According to the American Trucking Association, the trucking industry saw a 68% increase in the number of female drivers from 2010 to 2018. At the IMC Companies Family of Brands, we are committed to providing all drivers, especially women drivers, a professional and positive working environment.
“I think women definitely have a place in the trucking industry. We need more entrepreneurs. We need people on the ground who understand the industry and can push women to believe in themselves and realize it is not beyond their grasp.” -Cindy Markham, IMCG Company DriverRead more
Shippers applaud CMA CGM’s jump to Memphis gray chassis pool
Shippers and truckers are applauding a decision by CMA CGM to join the gray pool in Memphis, with the decision to embrace open choice making it less likely there will be a chassis shortage should volume spike after disruptions from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pass.
“[The decision] increases shipper efficiency, provides more affordable and timely chassis access, improves on-time container arrival at terminals and vessel loading, keeping bookings on CMA and APL vessels intact,” wrote Peter Friedmann, executive director of the Agricultural Transportation Coalition, in a letter to CMA CGM. “Your chassis policies in the South Atlantic and Mid-South support the competitiveness of agriculture and forest products exporters.” (more…)Read more