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Welcome to PFS Transportation Inc. Intermodal

PFS Transportation Inc. is an entrepreneurial and ambitious Intermodal Drayage Company based in Memphis, Tennessee with a second terminal in Dallas. The founders have a passion for intermodal transportation and the role it plays in the global economy. Our vision is to provide the best intermodal  drayage and transportation service to all our clients and to help them succeed.

Before dreaming about being the best in intermodal trucking company in transportation, the founders' experiences in the industry included: driving a big-rig, managing a shipping office, procuring supplies for the U.S. Navy, and providing financial services to small and mid-sized trucking companies.

The founders have also worked in lumber mills, banks, coffee shops, sleep clinics, and investment firms. These experiences are less important to transportation but add to our innovative spirit. All the founders have masters degrees. We are still trying to figure out how this has helped us in moving freight. But please....Relax. We have your freight.

Proud Supporter of MDA-Lock-Up

Proud Supporter of MDA Lock-Up

One of our employees Bryan Roberts is going to jail and needs your help. While it's not a real jail, it's even more important as he is raising bail to help children and adults with muscle disease in our community who are supported by the vital work of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). He wont be able to rely on good behavior to get out so that's why he needs your help - Please donate to bail him out! Just click on the donation button to make a secure donation - I know that together we'll Make a Muscle and Make a Difference in the fight against muscle disease. To Make a donation Click on the MDA Lock-Up Image

Intermodal News

  • [caption]Spot market players must balance risk and reward.[/caption]Beneficial cargo owners that book through non-vessel-operating common carriers should be aware that spot rates can vary by as much as 30 percent, and those that seek the lowest rates have the highest risk that their cargo will be rolled or they will...

  • [caption]While trans-Atlantic volume will likely rise this year, it will slip down the ranks of the world's busiest container trades.[/caption]The trans-Atlantic continues to slide down the container route rankings and it’s unlikely the new US administration will give it the boost it needs, Drewry Shipping Consultants says. Traffic on the headhaul...

  • [caption]The port of Vladivostok is emerging as a favorite for some Chinese exporters.[/caption]Shippers moving goods from northeastern China to international markets are turning to Russian ports to capitalize on lower costs and shorter transit times compared to Chinese ports such as Dalian and Yingkou.  As a result, more than 20 contracts...

  • December’s JOC Port Performance North America Conference in Iselin, New Jersey, highlighted the continuing — some would say perpetual — problems of port congestion and inefficiency along with the structural difficulties of changing well-established practices in the face of chronic container shipping overcapacity.  Amid the gloom, however, were some bright...

  • [caption]Embraport in the port of Santos will likely be among the first to take advantage of the rule changes.[/caption]Private marine terminal operators in Brazil, and particularly Santos, will benefit from legal changes that add 10 years to the length of some concessions, bringing them to 35 years, and allow terminals...

  • [caption]TRAC Intermodal has an active fleet of more than 250,000 chassis.[/caption]TRAC Intermodal plans by March to convert its 500-plus marine chassis at the Port of Mobile to radial tires, furthering an industry-wide push to upgrade intermodal equipment quality to keep more chassis in circulation. Truckers have long complained about the quality...

  • In early 2016, analysts predicted positive trends and a big trade uptick. Instead, global trade volumes fluctuated and consumer spending diminished, worldwide protectionism and de-globalization became evident and supply chain risks were enhanced, which left importers and exporters scrambling to stay on course. As we move into 2017, global trade management...

  • After suffering five straight years of financial losses in their global operations, ocean carriers will attempt to negotiate higher service contract rates in 2017 despite lingering overcapacity. They just might pull it off. Still, with most economists projecting modest import growth of about 2 to 3 percent this year, and...

Gasoline and Diesel Prices

EIA: Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Update

U.S. Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Retail Prices Nationally and by Region. EIA logo
  • Summary Excerpt: Regular Gasoline Retail Price (Dollars per Gallon) 2.326 .. U.S. 2.348 ... East Coast 2.337 .... New England 2.485 .... Central Atlantic 2.250 .... Lower Atlantic 2.219 ... Midwest 2.124 ... Gulf Coast 2.256 ... Rocky Mountain 2.676 ... West Coast 2.492 ... West Coast less California States 2.783 .... California 2.216 .... Colorado 2.298 .... Florida 2.262 .... Massachusetts 2.307 .... Minnesota 2.470 .... New York 2.082 .... Ohio 2.116 .... Texas 2.703 .... Washington Cities 2.266 .... Boston 2.364 .... Chicago 2.172 .... Cleveland 2.211 .... Denver 2.064 .... Houston 2.841 .... Los Angeles 2.534 .... Miami 2.449 .... New York City 2.847 .... San Francisco 2.747 .... Seattle On-Highway Diesel Fuel Retail Price (Dollars per Gallon) 2.569 .. U.S. 2.627 ... East Coast 2.676 .... New England 2.784 .... Central Atlantic 2.507 .... Lower Atlantic 2.512 ... Midwest 2.414 ... Gulf Coast 2.532 ... Rocky Mountain 2.846 ... West Coast 2.750 ... West Coast less California 2.923 .... California

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