what you can expect
One of the most significant changes that shippers face due to the adaption of precision scheduled railroading (PSR) has been increased demurrage and storage fees. PSR supporters argue that the increased costs incentivize shippers to off-load their freight and turn around rail cars quickly. This can reduce dwell times and improve overall service, even though sometimes receivers cannot always respond to faster transit times, resulting in demurrage and storage.
Download our whitepaper to learn:
- Where, when, and why you pay demurrage when using railroad-owned cars or storage on privately controlled fleets
- How to avoid errors in manual reporting
- How to find real-time insight on freight and how this can lead to better cost management