A 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.
A piece of equipment measuring from 20 to 45 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 intermodal railcar.
Specified period of time during which a container may occupy space at the ARP without incurring terminal storage charges.
Shall refer to the Authority as the arranger of the Train Service on behalf of a User. Each User of the Train Service
acknowledges and agrees that the Authority is acting as an Intermediary between such User and the Railroad, and
the Authority is not a party to any bill of lading, waybill, or any other document relating to Train Service provided by
the Railroad to the User; however, for administrative purposes only and in order to allow for efficiency and commercial
processes, the Authority may be listed on such documents. User and Railroad acknowledge that the Authority is a
public marine terminal operator and is not a rail operator, shipper, consignor, consignee, beneficial cargo owner, or
any other party having any interest in the cargo.
A container which has had or will have a prior or subsequent waterborne move via the Authority's Garden
City Terminal or Ocean Terminal.
The first lift of a container to, or from, the railcar.
The placement of a container on to, or off of, a railcar, chassis, or storage stack.
Ocean carrier providing the water transportation service for an international or landbridge container movement.
Any container which has not had a preceding or subsequent rail move via the ARP.
Entity or person so identified on the railroad waybill to be informed of container availability.
Refers to CSX Transportation, Inc.
Charges associated with the period of time a container is on the ARP beyond the allowable free time.
SUPPLEMENTAL RAIL LIFT
A charge assessed against any container received via motor carrier without proper pre-advice information
(see the Authority's MTO Schedule No. 5-A, Rule 34-490).
The rail line haul service operated by the Railroad between the Authority's Chatham or James D. Mason ICTF and the ARP, in either direction.
Any user of the ARP and / or the Train Service provided by the railroad including, without limitation, any ocean carrier
rail carrier, motor carrier, shipper, consignee, cosignor, freight forwarder, broker or other person or entity owning or
having custody of cargo or containers moving through the ARP terminal facility, or who use or benefit from use of the
ARP terminal facility or services, and the agents, servants, representatives and / or employees of such parties.
(C) Change in wording, resulting in neither
an increase, nor a reduction in charges
(NC) No Change