CHASSISA wheeled device specifically designed to be attached to the under-frame of a container by means of ISO corner fittings for the express purpose of road transport.
CONTAINERA piece of equipment measuring from 20 to 53 feet in length, designed for the transport of goods. It must be fitted with ISO corner fittings so as to be lifted from or mounted on a chassis or railcar.
EARLY RAIL ARRIVAL
A charge assessed against any loaded export container received via rail carrier, which arrives outside the nine (9) day arrival window (see Authority's MTO Schedule 5-A, Rule 34-475).
FREE TIMESpecified period of time during which a chassis or container may occupy space at the ICTF without incurring storage charges.
INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER A container which has had or will have a prior or subsequent waterborne move via the Authority's Garden City Terminal or Ocean Terminal.
INITIAL LIFTThe first lift of a container or trailer to, or from, the railcar.
LIFTThe placement of a container or trailer on to, or off of, a railcar, chassis, or storage stack.
LINEOcean carrier providing the water transportation service for an international or landbridge container movement.
NOTIFY PARTYEntity or person so identified on the railroad waybill to be informed of container availability.
STORAGE CHARGESCharges associated with the period of time a chassis or container is on the ICTF beyond the allowable free time.
SUPPLEMENTAL LIFTA charge assessed against any loaded export container received via rail carrier without proper pre-advice information (see the Authority's MTO Schedule No. 5-A, Rule 34-489) or received outside the seven-day windoe (see the Authority's MTO Schedule 5-A, Rule 34-475)
(C) Change in wording, resulting in neither an increase, nor a reduction in charges