Intermodal and transloading shipping allows for a smooth and easy moving process between trucks and trains. Because of the simple fact that railroad tracks simply don’t exist in that many locations, this type of shipping is often unavoidable. Single-mode services often can no longer keep up like they used to. This is where intermodal and transloading come into play. Both intermodal and transloading shipping are extremely beneficial; however, they do have slight differences. Let’s discuss what each of them is and where those differences lie.