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U.S. Southeast, Northeast offer growth opportunities for industry. In the domestic intermodal market, many analysts and industry players point to the U.S. East Coast as the burgeoning hot spot for intermodal growth. The Southeast and Northeast have among the smallest shares of the regional intermodal market — the majority of the activity still occurs in the Midwest and Southwest — but have shown the largest boosts in activity. In the third quarter of 2013, the Intermodal Asso...
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