US railroads crack down on terminal free time for shippers

US railroads crack down on terminal free time for shippers

At least two Class I railroads are cracking down on how long shippers can keep their containers and trailers at intermodal terminals via shorter free-time windows — and one of the railways has hiked storage fees — in an effort to improve network velocity.

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