Infinity Transportation Logistics recently launched its new expedited refrigerated domestic intermodal container service between Washington and Oregon and the Midwest and East Coast.

The service uses 200 domestic 53-ft refrigerated containers to move frozen foods, fresh produce and other refrigerated products eastbound from Washington State and Oregon to the Midwest and the East Coast. ITL's return westbound service brings frozen/refrigerated products and dry goods back from the Midwest and East Coast to these two states.

According to Infinity, it offers the only regularly scheduled refrigerated domestic intermodal service from Washington State to the Midwest and East Coast.

ITL provides expedited door-to-door domestic intermodal service from and to Washington State and Oregon to and from the Chicago and surrounding areas; New York’s Buffalo area, along with New York City and its boroughs; Pennsylvania’s Chambersburg and Philadelphia areas; the Baltimore, Maryland area; Massachusetts’ Boston and Springfield areas; the greater Atlanta, Georgia area; and Florida’s Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa Bay areas.

ITL's expedited door-to-door intermodal temperature controlled service departs from or returns to intermodal ramps in Seattle, Spokane and Portland six days per week. Transit time is about 6 days to or from the Midwest and 8 to 9 days to from from various destinations on the East Coast.

The company offers a service radius of about 160 miles from or to intermodal ramps in Seattle, Spokane & Portland, and can pick up/drop off product in many parts of Washington, Oregon and Idaho.