The Intermodal service incorporates multiple modes of transportation (road, sea, rail) to move raw material or finished products, standardizing the load in a single measure that is the container. For its transportation, the container is mounted on a container-chassis to be spotted at the loading or unloading location. The long haul of merchandise is made by railroad.
In the Intermodal Door to Door service, the product loading and unloading maneuvers at origin and destination, are performed similar to the conventional road freight, however, in the Intermodal service the loading and unloading times must be considered more efficient since the movements are diametrically different. The coordination of the service is managed with a single face - entity - responsible through our Customer Service and Attention Center.
We have state-of-the-art technology systems, where we carry out activities efficiently to arrive on time to the loading - unloading appointment and comply with the logistics requirements of our clients, with tracking and traceability of the container throughout the journey.
> Interpacific: Valle de Mexico-Mexicali Railway Route thru intermodal terminals located at Valle de Mexico, Silao, Guadalajara, Culiacan, Ciudad Obregon, Hermosillo and Mexicali.
> Intra-Peninsular: Valle de Mexico-Topolobampo Railway Route connecting La Paz, BC over the Port of Pichilingue, BC thru the Baja Ferries service-Transportadora GEOS.
> InterSouth: Valle de Mexico-Coatzacoalcos Railway Route connecting all the industrial zone of the Valle de Mexico and surrounding states with the Southeast of the country, including Villahermosa, Tab, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chi, among other important cities in this area.
> InterNorth: Guadalajara-Monterrey Railway Route, connecting two of the most important urban areas of consumption and production of the country. In addition, Guadalajara can be used to connect the North Pacific with the Northeast of the country thru the InterPacific Rail Service.
> Maritime: Railway Routes to connect the main ports located at the Pacific Ocean (Manzanillo and Lazaro Cardenas) and Gulf of Mexico (Veracruz and Altamira) with the industrial zones of Valle de Mexico, Bajio, San Luis Potosi, Guadalajara, Monterrey and surrounding states.
> Cross-Border: Railway Routes to connect the main industrial corridors and consumer areas of Mexico, USA and Canada.