Rail Service

CSX Corporation, based in Jacksonville, Fla., owns companies providing rail, intermodal and rail-to-truck transload services that are among the nation's leading transportation companies, connecting more than 70 river, ocean and lake ports, as well as more than 200 short line railroads.

Its principal operating company, CSX Transportation Inc., operates the largest railroad in the eastern United States with a 22,000-mile rail network linking commercial markets in 23 states, the District of Columbia, and two Canadian provinces. CSXT headquarters are in Jacksonville, Fla.


In Charlotte, there is a CSX Intermodal facility.  CSX Intermodal is the nation's only stand-alone integrated intermodal company serving customers from origin to destination with its own truck and terminal operations plus a dedicated domestic container fleet.

Connecting more than 75% of the US population, CSXI offers access to most major US markets and ports. The current nationwide network of 48 terminals enable great reach not only to the US, but into Canada and Mexico as well. 

CSXI understands it's the way they combine their services that contributes to their customers' success. CSXI operates one of the nation's largest drayage operations, offering intermodal customers the many benefits of one-stop, door-to-door delivery. With over 300 dedicated intermodal trains a week and a dedicated fleet of 48' and 53' containers, CSXI delivers the value of rail with the efficiency of trucking.

Whether you are a domestic or international customer shipping north or south, east or west, CSXI gives you access to more services, more speed and more reliability than anyone. And, that's a claim backed by powerful investments in new routings, additional equipment and expanded terminal operations capabilities. 

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