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What’s your next move?™ SINGLE SOURCE INTERMODAL DEDICATED FINAL MILE TRUCKLOAD LESS THAN TRUCKLOAD REFRIGERATED FLATBED EXPEDITED Intermodal - What You.

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1 What’s your next move?™ SINGLE SOURCE INTERMODAL DEDICATED FINAL MILE TRUCKLOAD LESS THAN TRUCKLOAD REFRIGERATED FLATBED EXPEDITED Intermodal - What You Need to Know Transportation & Logistics Council Annual Conference San Diego, CA - April 22, 2013

2 2What’s your next move?™ | Supply Chain Solutions CONSUMPTIONMANUFACTURINGDISTRIBUTION POINT OF PURCHASE

3 3What’s your next move?™ | Diversified and Complementary

4 4What’s your next move?™ | Annual J.B. Hunt Intermodal Volumes CONFIDENTIAL

5 5What’s your next move?™ | Intermodal Network Is In Place CONFIDENTIAL

6 6What’s your next move?™ | Intermodal Benefits Are Driving Change CONFIDENTIAL

7 7What’s your next move?™ | What Freight Moves Intermodal Today? CONFIDENTIAL

8 8What’s your next move?™ | So Why Hasn’t More Freight Been Converted? CONFIDENTIAL

9 9What’s your next move?™ | Intermodal…The Right Way CONFIDENTIAL

10 10What’s your next move?™ | 10 Your Options… VALUE | Standard Service Solution for price sensitive shippers Averages 600 miles per day FAST | Expedited Service Fastest intermodal service in the industry Averages 800 miles per day With two service levels to choose from, JBHT & BNSF offers shippers the best transportation value.

11 11What’s your next move?™ | Expedited Service Pacific Northwest Northern California Southern California Denver Kansas City Memphis DFW Chicago Atlanta Northeast Southeast

12 12What’s your next move?™ | Standard Service Pacific Northwest Northern California Southern California Denver Kansas City Memphis DFW Atlanta Southeast Midwest Northeast Chicago

13 13What’s your next move?™ | Sources of US Greenhouse Gas Emissions  Transportation is responsible for 26.9% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions  21.88% of the total Transportation emissions (5.9% of the total) are caused by medium- and heavy-duty vehicles Source: Inventory of US Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks,

14 14What’s your next move?™ | 1. Know your network footprint Then, attack it by: 2. Eliminating miles - Network re-alignment - Route optimization 3. Increasing payload - Maximize cube & weight 4. Converting to energy-efficient, cost-effective modes - Rail is better than truck; truck is better than air 5. Using efficient carriers - FleetSmart members & SmartWay SM partners How? J.B. Hunt’s Transportation Carbon Diet Reduced Costs Means Reduced Emissions!

15 15What’s your next move?™ | CLEAN Transport™  Proprietary JB Hunt tool calculates customer’s carbon footprint & identifies intermodal conversion opportunities

16 16What’s your next move?™ | Estimated carbon emissions for an 1,800 mile truckload shipment based on Raven Ridge Resources, Inc. methodology for calculating carbon emissions for truckload shipments via highway and intermodal service. See: 50% less carbon; 1.5 fewer tonnes

17 17What’s your next move?™ | Freeze Protect Service J.B. Hunt offers freeze protection service for freight that may be susceptible to low- temperature swings. Our single-source solutions utilize both temperature- controlled intermodal and van service that is custom- izable according to your needs. Pricing includes service monitoring on every load. Monitoring Services ► Your blanket or ours ► Dailey weather updates ► Priority dispatch ► Customized scheduling ► 24/7 monitoring Temperature- Controlled Solutions Over-the-Road and Intermodal Temperature-Controlled Options Over-the-road freeze protect services Are provided through our ICS (Integrated Capacity Solutions) division. Access over 7,000 carriers with 150,000 units of Refrigerated capacity with a single phone Call. Intermodal temperature-controlled Options include turnkey blanket products In dry containers, as well as intermodal Refrigerated containers. Blanket Protection can help protect Your products from damage from freezing. Foil insulated blankets Lightweight, dis- posable blankets that help protect products from freezing. Can be reused. Most in- expensive option with lower level of tem- perature protection. Thermal quilts Heavy, reusable blankets for protection from freezing which can be reused many times. Available with top-of- load coverage, or with side-wall panels for a greater level of protection. Pallet covers also available for small quantities per load.

18 18What’s your next move?™ | The J.B. Hunt Temperature Controlled Intermodal (TCI) Container Information CIMC Built Container Thermo King Cooling Unit StarTrak LMS Software Configured for JBHZ Chassis 156 Gallon Aluminum Fuel Tank Fuel Heater E-Track – Two rows full length Single Temp/Single Chute Door Sensor-Alarm Gross Payload (product + dunnage) 42,000 lbs (Daycab Dray) 40,000 lbs (Sleeper Dray) Floor space will accommodate 28 pallets. (48x40 four way entry) Interior Width = 97.25” Interior Length = 49’ 9” Interior Height = 101.8” Interior Volume = 3,422 ft 3

19 19What’s your next move?™ | National Top Categories Prepared by the California Highway Patrol / CTIP Taskforce The information contained in this report is not inclusive of all cargo theft that has occurred nationally. CHP / CTIP and NICB have been collecting and tracking cargo theft data since Report is based on voluntary data provided to the CTIP Taskforce.

20 20What’s your next move?™ | State Comparison Prepared by the California Highway Patrol / CTIP Taskforce The information contained in this report is not inclusive of all cargo theft that has occurred nationally. CHP / CTIP and NICB have been collecting and tracking cargo theft data since Report is based on voluntary data provided to the CTIP Taskforce.

21 21What’s your next move?™ | by Product - California Prepared by the California Highway Patrol / CTIP Taskforce The information contained in this report is not inclusive of all cargo theft that has occurred nationally. CHP / CTIP and NICB have been collecting and tracking cargo theft data since Report is based on voluntary data provided to the CTIP Taskforce.

22 22What’s your next move?™ | Power In-Lock ® Cargo Protection Internal deadbolt lock that cannot be cut or easily broken Remotely operated through StarTrak LMS software by designated J.B. Hunt intermodal personnel. Can be locked/unlocked locally on 10 digit keypad with rolling security code. Code has a 1 hour expiration. Locking pin fires into frame of container Tampering alarm programmed Thermo King power source & battery backup Wiring inside frame of container Supply Chain Integrity and Product Safety

23 23What’s your next move?™ | Power In-Lock ® Cargo Protection

24 24What’s your next move?™ | General loading guidelines:  Evenly distribute lading weight  Fill lengthwise space with lading or buffer material  Plan load to minimize crosswise void space  Stow heavier lading on bottom, lighter lading on top  Provide stable base for all cargo  Segregate irregular lading from remainder of lading (use blocking/bracing, separators, dividers)

25 25What’s your next move?™ | Load Planning (2) 48x96” AAR approved air bags Pallets turned 48” across

26 26What’s your next move?™ | Dunnage and Securement Products Diamond Pak Door Pak Honeycomb Drop Down Filler Pal-Kor Filler Door Pak Replaces plywood Kraft Airbag Saddle PaK Ty-Gard Fill-m Filler Corrugated Risers Stopak Airbag Polyethylene Woven Airbag Ty-Gard and Ty-Patch Tools Contour Pads Poly Strapping Metal Banding 1-1/4” x.032 Rubber Matting

27 27What’s your next move?™ | CLASSES OF CARGO SEALS Indicative seal Security seal High Security seal

28 28What’s your next move?™ | BARRIER SEALS High security Figure ‘8’ cable seal

29 29What’s your next move?™ | High Value - Containers in the Bottom Well - Cannot open the doors when in the Bottom Well as shown on the right

30 30What’s your next move?™ | Thank You! CONFIDENTIAL


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