CIMC Intermodal Equipment is sending up to 600 new 40’ gooseneck chassis to the Houston area for immediate replacement requirements due to flooding damage.
Current chassis being operated in the Houston area to unload shipping containers arriving at the port could be out of service for weeks due to flood damage to electrical, brake, wheel end and other components. Replacement part availability will likely be curtailed for some time.
Ever since Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast, CIMC IE has been receiving inquiries from intermodal fleets as to how they can replace damaged chassis so they can continue operating. The chassis being sent to Houston will be available quickly to these operators at standard pricing. Chassis operators interested in obtaining new chassis during this time should contact Carlos Rodriguez at (832) 204-3421.
Please visit cimc-ie.com to learn more about CIMC Intermodal Equipment.
As the U.S.’ domestic wheeled intermodal representative group of CIMC Vehicles, CIMC Intermodal Equipment provides sales, marketing, parts and specialty design to meet the needs of US intermodal customers for new chassis. CIMC facilities in California and Virginia provide the gateway for the US market and production, repair and assembly points for CIMC equipment along with chassis and container parts for our domestic customers. We have provided tens of thousands of chassis to the U.S. intermodal market customers consistently with quality and durable design. We welcome an opportunity to provide customers with information regarding our products and to discuss the needs of your company’s equipment. Visit cimc-ie.com for more information.