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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]Khalifa Port, pictured, could eventually be able to handle 15 million 20-foot-equivalent units annually.[/caption]Abu Dhabi’s Khalifa Port is accelerating its expansion of capacity in order to keep pace with rapidly growing demand. The port announced an ambitious plan to build one kilometer (0.62 miles) of new quay wall, and to deepen...

  • [caption]The suspension in trading in Hanjin Shipping stock was unexpected after the company said it had reached a deal with creditors.[/caption]Trading in Hanjin Shipping shares has been suspended and the Korea Exchange has asked the country’s largest container line for clarification on media reports that it has lost the support...

  • [caption]The electronic logging device mandate could create value for smaller trucking companies by enabling better shipment visibility.[/caption]A U.S. federal mandate requiring truck drivers to use electronic logging devices by the end of next year won’t necessarily be the harbinger of a long-anticipated “capacity crunch” on the road for longer hauls...

  • [caption]The draft at Brasil Terminal Portuaria, pictured under construction in 2013, has been restored after months of draft restrictions.[/caption]An 11-year high tide combined with beach erosion to shut down South America’s busiest port and cast doubt on plans to dredge to 17 meters (55.8 feet) so the port can handle...

  • [caption]The new equipment for Konecranes will help Charleston handle larger ships and volumes.[/caption]The South Carolina Ports Authority has ordered 12 rubber-tire gantry cranes for use at Charleston’s Wando Welch terminal, which port officials expect this year to handle its first ship with a capacity of 14,000 twenty-foot-equivalent units. The new rubber-tire...

  •   It took years longer than expected, but now that CMA CGM is controlling the container transshipment terminal in Kingston, Jamaica, the port is on its way to transforming from an underperforming hub into a regional powerhouse. The French container line in August of 2011 signed a memorandum of understanding to invest...

  • [caption]Shippers and the Directorate of General of Shipping are unhappy with how some container terminals have been handling container weighing to comply with SOLAS.[/caption]India’s maritime administrator is showing no sign of backing down from its previous diktat barring container terminal operators from offering container weighing services on-site for a fee. In...

  • [caption]The port of Murmansk, pictured, is used mostly for coal, but a government policy could change that and increase the amount of containers it handles.[/caption]Shippers are welcoming a Russian government plan that could save them thousands of dollars and up to a week in transit time in moving Asian imports...

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) 2.237 .. U.S. 2.172 ... East Coast 2.201 .... New England 2.220 .... Central Atlantic 2.128 .... Lower Atlantic 2.227 ... Midwest 2.009 ... Gulf Coast 2.263 ... Rocky Mountain 2.592 ... West Coast 2.391 ... West Coast less California States 2.709 .... California 2.186 .... Colorado 2.171 .... Florida 2.161 .... Massachusetts 2.264 .... Minnesota 2.279 .... New York 2.160 .... Ohio 2.013 .... Texas 2.573 .... Washington Cities 2.160 .... Boston 2.433 .... Chicago 2.227 .... Cleveland 2.168 .... Denver 1.968 .... Houston 2.739 .... Los Angeles 2.380 .... Miami 2.153 .... New York City 2.752 .... San Francisco 2.591 .... Seattle On-Highway Diesel Fuel Retail Price (Dollars per Gallon) 2.409 .. U.S. 2.410 ... East Coast 2.423 .... New England 2.496 .... Central Atlantic 2.341 .... Lower Atlantic 2.391 ... Midwest 2.269 ... Gulf Coast 2.476 ... Rocky Mountain 2.658 ... West Coast 2.555 ... West Coast less California 2.741 .... California

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