• TPM24
  • March 3-6, 2024 | Long Beach Convention Center

Dan Bresolin


Vice President, Intermodal

As Vice President of Intermodal, Dan is responsible for all Sales and Marketing components of CN’s International and Domestic Intermodal business. Also reporting to Dan is Intermodal Customer Logistics, Intermodal Planning and Development, as well as CN’s Intermodal Trucking operations also known as CNTL. Reporting to the Vice President Executive and Chief Marketing Officer, Dan’s primary role is to enable CN’s customers to win in their markets.

Since he joined CN in 1999, Dan has taken on increasing responsibilities through his various roles as Assistant Vice-President Intermodal, Assistant Vice-President International Intermodal, Director of Marketing, Intermodal International and Director of Sales of both Strategic Sales and Domestic Intermodal.

As a qualified Rail Conductor and Intermodal Crane Operator, Dan takes great pride in his knowledge and experience in rail operations and in helping add value for Intermodal customers. Dan is a Graduate of Brock University in St. Catherine’s Ontario. 

Sessions With Dan Bresolin

Wednesday, 27 September

  • 01:35pm - 02:15pm (PST) / 27/sep/2023 06:35 pm - 27/sep/2023 07:15 pm

    Catching the Rebound — Preparing for Tomorrow's Surge Today

    Now that the surge of 2020 to 2022 has passed, the international supply chain has time to pause and examine what went well, what didn’t, and how to adjust for the next upswing. When examining ocean containers moving to inland rail ramps, there could be many changes forthcoming. In what markets will trucker-owned chassis become more prevalent? What will happen in a landmark chassis case between the trucking lobby and ocean carriers? And how will railroads adjust to these changes? Norfolk Southern Railway has begun a multi-year effort to convert wheeled terminals into a port-like grounded model and to introduce appointment systems to reduce truck turn times. Union Pacific Railroad is grounding all imports from California into the Global 4 terminal in Joliet and eliminated the no cherry-picking policy. This session will examine how railroads, truckers, and chassis lessors will learn from history.