Rail Cargo Consignment
Railway consignment includes railway express consignment and railway slow consignment. For passengers, railway express consignment is fast, and the luggage arrives when the person arrives. However, the cost of consignment is relatively high, and some urgently needed items that are not too heavy are suitable for railway express consignment. The slow shipment is a consignment method that transports the goods to the destination within a certain date through the reasonable grouping of the train according to the procedure of train cargo transportation. A prominent feature of slow shipping is that the price is relatively low, and the volume can be large, but the transportation time is difficult to grasp, and sometimes it takes a long time.
Consignment: Refers to the entire process in which the shipper requires the railway transportation department to complete the transportation of its goods in some form.
Carriage: refers to the process in which the railway transportation department accepts the entrustment of the consignor, transports the goods and assumes certain responsibilities; the goods for LTL and container transportation are received by the originating station, the whole vehicle is loaded, and the originating station is on the cargo waybill. Carriage begins when the station date stamp is stamped.
Shipper: The party who entrusts the transportation is the shipper. The shipper can be a business unit or an individual.
Carrier: The party that undertakes the task of railway transportation is the carrier.
Transportation contract: A railway transportation contract is an agreement that clarifies the rights and obligations between the railway transportation enterprise and the shipper, that is, the cargo waybill.