Drayage Directory

A Directory of Intermodal Trucking Companies   

        Frequently Asked Questions:



What is Drayage?
The word "drayage" dates back several hundred years. It is derived form the word dray, or draw; to describe the action of horses pulling a cart or wagon.

These dray horses were hitched up to wagons and would be used to haul cargo that arrived by ship. Before containerization, merchandise was lifted up out of the ship using a cargo net and swung over the side and placed onto a wagon without a top, and the horse would dray the wagon away.

Today, trucks have replaced horses and cargo nets have evolved into containers. Drayage now means the action of pulling containers in/out of the port and railroad terminals, hence "drayage trucking" and "draymen".

How much does it cost to list my trucking company in the Drayage Directory?

The cost to be listed on Drayage.com is $600/year. This flat rate covers the listing for one office location in the Drayage Directory whether you have one truck or 500 trucks. If you prefer to pay monthly, the rate is $55 per month.

If you have more than one office location, please contact us for reduced rates.

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How do I submit payment? Do you mail an invoice? Do you accept credit cards?

We accept check or credit card. To get start or renew your membership with full-access, login and click on 'payment status' then on 'create invoice' and PDF will be created activating your account. Its your choice whether to print out the PDF invoice and mail a check, or pay with a credit card online.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express credit cards. If paying by check, please make check out to "LoadMatch Inc." This is the parent company of Drayage.com. Please mail to LoadMatch Inc., P.O. Box 6592, Naperville, IL 60567-6592.

Can I list my trucking company even though I do not have an Intermodal Interchange Agreement?

Yes, you may list your trucking company even if you don't have an interchange agreement, but you won't be listed on the Drayage.com Directory. Non-interchange truckers are listed on the LoadMatch.com Directory. We have a special section for trucking companies who haul containers on flatbed trailers, tilt-flatbeds and for side/swing-lift equipment.

How do I get an Intermodal Interchange Agreement?

You can get an Intermodal Interchange Agreement by contacting www.UIIA.org

How do I find out how many people view my listing on your website?

The number of visitors who click on your listing can be found by signing in with your Username/Password and clicking on visitor activity. There you will find the date, time, visitor IP address (or the visitor's name if they were logged in) for every time someone clicked to look at your company contact info.