We are transforming the intermodal industry with an innovative approach to solve the problem of container repositioning inland. Our solutions help companies to identify, plan and execute street-turns (matchbacks), enabling them to unlock cost and emissions savings as well as operational efficiencies that were previously unattainable. By automating time-consuming activities, our technology empowers customers to manage this complex process in a systematic and scalable way with a streamlined workflow.
We deliver international and domestic container matching which benefit all parties in the supply chain including shippers, ocean carriers, truckers and intermediaries (3PLs, freight forwarders, NVOCCs, IMCs and ports). Customers use our cloud-based system to match pickups and deliveries within their own network or digitally connect with other parties collaborating on our neutral portal.
MatchBack Systems is The Street-turn Expert powered by innovative technology and a team of logistics experts.
Our CEO, Todd Ericksrud, participated in this roundtable hosted by Clockwork Logistics Systems. The panelists discuss supply chain problems, and the solutions that boost performance through improved visibility, asset utilization and cost saving for inland operations. Watch the discussion
We’re delighted to announce Tammy Leurquin, our Chief Technology Officer, has won a 2022 Women in Supply Chain award from Supply & Demand Chain Executive. The award honors female executives for their leadership and accomplishments. Congratulations Tammy on this well-deserved recognition! You are an inspiring leader and exemplary role model. Read the announcement.
In a JOC interview, our CEO shares how street-turns are one of the last optimization opportunities to take costs and emissions out of the supply chain with a digitized workflow for container reuse. Watch the video.
The integration of our container reuse solutions with Envase’s TMS gives our mutual customers more options for street-turns and dual port transactions. The result? Optimized networks for more cost effective and efficient container moves which alleviate port congestion and reduce emissions. Read the announcement.
A matchback occurs when an import container move is matched with an export booking inland to eliminate the transportation of empty containers to and from the port. A matchback is also known as a street-turn or triangulation. Connecting containers inland is an economic and environmental win.
Each street-turn saves $150-$400 in direct transportation costs and eliminates 440 pounds of CO2e.