Re: UP customers
Author: Steven D. Johnson
Date: 12-03-2006 - 19:12

Sometimes for carrier convenience (switch crews' actually) a car or a few will get shoved into an industry track for later switching to another shipper. The idea is to take a wad of cars out with you so next time you do less switching in the yard before you go. Sometimes switching in the yard is more of a pain in the ass than switching out on the line. The idea is to not block that customer's ability to unload/load the cars they've ordered. Most customers don't care, but it generally is their track.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  UP customers Tabasco 12-02-2006 - 15:23
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  Re: UP customers Phat Phomar 12-02-2006 - 23:13
  Re: UP customers Steven D. Johnson 12-03-2006 - 19:12


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