Re: Per Diem

Dennis Storzek

--- In, Howard R Garner <cascaderail@...> wrote:

Then the empty foreign car would be quickly released and
routed back to the quickest interchange possible. I believe they had
three days of the car being on the road before per diem would start.
Per Diem started at Midnight for the railroad.
The customer had xx days from car placement before they needed to pay
per diem.

Howard Garner
The charge to the customer for holding the cart too long for loading/unloading is called demurrage.


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