A few container or intermodal trucking companies include the ContainerPort Group in the Eastern and Midwestern parts of the United States, the Atlantic Trucking Company on the East Coast, and Pacific Coast Container on the West Coast. Each of these companies offers transportation services to nine or more terminal locations.
The ContainerPort Group offers such container trucking services as transloading for international shipments and shipments that must be transported over waters, secure storage for loaded containers, drayage or short-term transfers for hazardous materials, and transportation for heavy containers. Customers can track containers by the minute, and the company has over eight credentials, which include liquor permits and a 48-State Interstate Commerce Commission motor carrier authority.
Although the terminal locations for the Atlantic Trucking Company exist exclusively on the East Coast, the company offers transportation and transloading services for long-haul shipments with the ability to cross every border in North America. Its services and credentials allow it to offer import, export, customs and freight-handling services. The company offers three locations dedicated to storage use, allowing customers to store loaded containers in grounded or wheeled formats.
Pacific Coast Container offers local and long-haul shipments and is licensed to do so in 48 states, as of 2015. The company also owns a certification for shipping hazardous materials and can drayage overweight loads.