Chassis & Container Maintenance & Repair

Real-time Intermodal Maintenance Management

The Kaleris Intermodal Maintenance and Repair System provides the ability to manage the availability of units in your Intermodal yard. From arrival to inspection to repair to departure, IMRS ensures your intermodal repair operations are fast, industry compliant, and efficient.

The Kaleris IMRS System will pay for itself by accurately auditing your payables and receivables, and making your maintenance operations more efficient while identifying opportunities for re-billing.

In the Yard and in the Office

The Intermodal Maintenance and Repair System includes three modules:

Repair Yard Management

This provides a list of damaged units needing inspection and automatically assigns work orders to the mechanics. The system will also identify re-billable repairs, and generate electronic & paper invoices.

Quick Stop Repairs

This provides the ability to record and charge for repairs requested by drivers for readability.

Electronic Claims Filing

This enables equipment owners, railroads, and external repair vendors to submit invoices for payment. The system automatically audits the invoice and displays the resulting exceptions to the auditors for review.

Innovate IMRS Operations with Kaleris


Manage available unit inventory

Track damaged units so they are inspected & repaired efficiently.

Ensure repairs are recorded correctly to avoid billing exceptions.

Identify repairs that require before & after photographs 

Flag repairs that exceed a specified dollar amount

Automatically price repairs based on vendor agreements

Prioritize repairs based on customer needs

Provide the ability to record State and Federal Highway inspections and create work orders for repairs

Match damaged items to J2 records for re-billing


IMRS expedites intermodal equipment through each phase in the yard:

    1. As equipment arrives in the yard, bad ordered units or units requiring inspection are TRACKed in IMRS to ensure units are handled quickly.
    2. When an INSPECTION is completed, the system ensures the work order is recorded correctly, repairs are priced automatically, photos are taken and a purchase order is obtained, if needed.
    3. Once a WORK ORDER is created, IMRS notifies the transportation system to place a HOLD on the unit for repair.
    4. Work is then ASSIGNED by work order or by each repair line so your mechanics complete the work in which they specialize.
    5. Mechanics are able to view the assigned repairs on a handheld device and mark the repairs as COMPLETE.
    6. Once all repairs are completed, IMRS closes the work order, submits it for PAYment, and reports to accounting.
    7. IMRS will identify any re-billable repairs, present the work order to the auditors for review, automatically INVOICE equipment owners and other responsible parties, and report the receivable amounts to accounting.