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As the premier port drayage provider in North America, NFI Cal Cartage offers an expansive drayage presence near major ports, rail terminals, and logistics hubs to deliver efficiency and reliability.


Integrated with a full suite of supply chain solutions that includes transloading, consolidation, deconsolidation, and customs exams, NFI Cal Cartage can prepare your products for their next move in addition to transporting them from the ports. NFI Cal Cartage serves a diverse array of industries, such as retail, manufacturing, food and beverage, and automotive.

NFI Cal Cartage’s drayage fleet is one of the largest and cleanest in North America. Aligned with our port partners, we strive to operate in an environmentally-friendly way while remaining compliant and ensuring you undisrupted service.

An EPA SmartWay Partner, NFI is partnered with leading manufacturers like Daimler and Volvo to operate electric vehicles and has implemented its own charging infrastructure to support its electric fleet. In addition to electric trucks, NFI’s drayage fleet consists of natural gas and clean diesel.

NFI Founded in

1,500

Drayage Tractors

5,100
 

Chassis

Asset and non-asset operating model

Long-term lease & transactional use terms

Triaxle Chassis

900
 

Annual Revenue

1932

$2B +

A PREMIER DRAYAGE PROVIDER

18

Drayage facilities

Operating at every major U.S. port

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