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Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) Announces 2012 Edition of the Intermodal Marketplace
Irving, TX, May 21, 2012 – The Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) is continuing to provide its members with opportunities for business growth and expansion with the 2012 edition of the industry’s most comprehensive and convenient online resource, the Intermodal Marketplace.
The 2012 version of the Marketplace contains updated company and product listings, as well as the same great features from previous editions.
This comprehensive and convenient web-based tool gives IANA members and all those within the intermodal industry the ability to cut out the clutter a general search engine. They may now easily find vendors that are specifically looking for their business.
The Intermodal Marketplace also presents industry suppliers with the unique opportunity to present their catalog of products before the eyes of those consumers they are targeting.
In addition to providing basic product listings, companies may also utilize a completed listing that features: contact information, a quick e-mail option, links to websites and social media pages and more. Suppliers also have the option to highlight specific products in the Product Showcase section of the Marketplace.
The Intermodal Marketplace can easily be accessed through the IANA home page at www.Intermodal.org or at www.IntermodalMarketplace.com.
IANA is North America's leading industry trade association representing the combined interests of the intermodal freight industry.
IANA's membership roster of over 900 corporate members includes railroads-Class I, short-line and regional; water carriers and stacktrain operators; port authorities; intermodal truckers and over-the-road highway carriers; intermodal marketing and logistics companies; and suppliers to the industry such as equipment manufacturers, intermodal leasing companies and consulting firms. IANA's associate (non-voting) members include shippers (defined as the beneficial owners of the freight to be shipped), academic institutions, government entities and non-profit associations.
IANA's goals include promoting the benefits of intermodal transportation to the shipping community; providing its members a forum to discuss common issues and innovations; fostering its members' professional development; participating in governmental proceedings impacting the industry; and informing and educating lawmakers and other public sector representatives about intermodalism.
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