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September 27
The monthly rail fuel surcharge will be 15% for October. Rates will be extended through October 15. A new matrix for October 16 and beyond will be sent out in the next week.
September 16
Effective 9/19, UP is discontinuing service from ICTF to Oakland which will impact service out of Englewood and DIT, TX as well as from Santa Teresa Ramp, NM. As a result, RBC will pull our rates from Dallas and Houston to Oakland. We are continuing to evaluate the lane and if we can add the rates back in at a later time, we will do so. But starting on Monday, we cannot accept loads from Dallas or Houston to Oakland.
August 17
A wildfire is occurring near San Bernardino, CA and is impacting rail operations in the area. Select here for more information.
July 27
The monthly rail fuel surcharge will remain at 15.5% for August. RBC is rolling over all of the current charges except from St. Louis to LA and Oakland. Select here for more information.
July 26
Please note that on July 28, Harry Bridges Birthday, Trapac in Oakland will be closed and will not accept empty returns. Please plan to either return empty containers before or after July 28. ULS in Long Beach, NWC in Portland and Savannah Yard in Seattle will all remain open the 28th and will accept domestic empty returns.
February 25
RBC has added some new 40-ft rates in the lanes listed below.
Dallas & San Antonio to Vancouver, Calgary & Edmonton: The route will be UP-Chicago-CP.
New Eastbound Lanes: RBC is particularly interested in loads moving to Norfolk, Savannah and Charleston. If you find an opportunity not covered here, please contact Abby Eckert!
January 27
All rates will roll over including the Chicago Sale rates.
RBC is looking to move loads on a long term basis from LA to Omaha and Kansas City in 40-ft non-running reefers. Please let Abby Eckert know if you are interested!
January 14
Rail-Bridge is looking for on-going business to move approximately 25 loads per week in 40-ft non-running (reefer as dry) containers. The freight must be clean and not damage or contaminate K Line’s reefers. The route would be UP from ICTF to Oakland. The empty reefers would be sourced off-dock in Long Beach, and once empty in Oakland, would be returned off-dock to our CY. Please contact Abby Eckert if you have any interest in this new, long term lane.