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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

  • It’s a boom time at U.S. Gulf ports for imports of steel and project cargoes. From Florida to Texas, the region’s ports are enjoying a second year of increased import volumes, driven by a strong dollar and U.S. economic growth. In Texas and Louisiana, the low prices of oil and natural...

  • The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association released on Friday the final version of its coercion rule, one of a number of regulations that could impact U.S. truck capacity moving forward. The rule allows for the government to take legal action against not only motor carriers, but also shippers, receivers, and transportation intermediaries, such...

  • Suez Canal Container TerminalEgypt set a date for completion of a side channel at East Port Said near the entrance to the Suez Canal that will allow better access to the port from the Mediterranean Sea. The channel will cost $36 million to dredge and will be complete by the end...

  •   Russian regulators have initiated administrative proceedings against CMA CGM and Maersk Line after accusing the two container lines of failing to provide documents requested as part of an investigation into alleged collusion. The documents sought were not disclosed by Russia’s Federal Anti-Monopoly Service. The carriers face fines of 500,000 roubles ($8,500)....

  • India and Bangladesh are moving closer to allowing introduction of coastal shipping services between the two countries with the goal of boosting bilateral trade.  The two governments last week signed a standard operating procedure to “operationalize” a coastal shipping deal reached in June, according to a press statement issued by India’s...

  • HONG KONG — Spot freight rates on the Asia to North Europe and Mediterranean trades came surging back after last week’s record lows, most likely a result of carriers laying up greater numbers of the larger vessels deployed on the westbound trade.Spot rates on the China to North Europe trade...

  • HONG KONG — The top 100 cold chain logistics players in China account for just 0.4 percent of the market, with the highly fragmented nature of the supply chain struggling to keep up with rapidly rising demand.In a study by Goldman Sachs, the bank said the total temperature controlled market...

  • HKND chairman and chief executive Wang Jing.HONG KONG — Construction on the $50 billion Nicaragua canal has been delayed again and work will not begin until late 2016, according HKND Group, the Chinese company with exclusive rights to build and operate the waterway.The latest setback comes just two weeks after...

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