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Important Terms in the Transportation Industry

The transportation industry includes railroads, highway systems, and air transit. When transporting freight, the logistics and terminology can be confusing. Before looking into your service options, familiarize yourself with the following important terminology.

  • Line Haul - This refers to both the equipment and personnel that are involved in transporting freight or public passengers from one terminal to another.
  • Way Bill - The way bill is used for rail lines and truck loads alike, and it itemizes the freight products being transported.
  • Astray Freight - When shipping items in addition to a freight haul, they are titled astray, as they are not included on the way bill.
  • Piggyback - This is when a truck trailer is transported on a rail line, using a flatbed car.
  • Icing Charge - When shipping perishable items, the transit company may charge an extra fee for refrigeration.
  • Bill of Lading - A bill of lading will outline the entire shipping process for certain items. When carrying liquor by train, air, or truck, for example, a bill of lading is often required.
  • Metro - For public use, a metro is a passenger train that is used in urban areas transit. It cannot be used for transportation of commercial goods.
  • Point of Origin - The point of origin simply refers to the zip code from where the item was originally shipped.
  • Port of Entry - When shipping internationally, goods are required to go through a government mandated port for inspection and clearance.
  • Interline Freight - When an item is shipped over two separate carriers, like both sea and train, it is referred to as interline freight.
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    Washington, DC 20002
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    Kobussen Buses LTD
    W914 County Road Ce, Kaukauna, WI 54130
    Providing reliable transportation services with a record of excellence since way back in 1938! Your safest choice for getting around town.
    (920) 766-0606
    Ernies Motorcoaches
    La Crosse, WI 54601
    Motor coach charter services for groups up to 47 passengers. We serve private groups, sporting events, wedding shuttles, school events, and more. Make us your exclusive source for excellent bus charter and rentals today.
    (608) 785-6200
    Greyhound Bus Lines
    525 W 20th Ave, Oshkosh, WI 54902
    (920) 231-6490
    Tomahawk Bus Service Inc
    1801 Kaphaem Rd, Tomahawk, WI 54487
    (715) 453-3000
    Metro Ride
    420 Plumer St, Wausau, WI 54403
    (715) 842-9287
    Zernicke Bus Service
    425 Nancy Ln, Pulaski, WI 54162
    (920) 822-8291
    Oshkosh Transit System
    926 Dempsey Trl, Oshkosh, WI 54902
    (920) 232-5340
    Kobussen Buses LTD
    3043 Omro Rd, Oshkosh, WI 54904
    (920) 303-2169
    Bay Area Rural Transit
    300 Industrial Park Rd, Ashland, WI 54806
    (715) 682-9664
    Sonnabend Busses
    125 S Francis St, Brillion, WI 54110
    (920) 756-3193
    Panther Bus Service
    325 14th Ave E, Durand, WI 54736
    (715) 672-3636
    First Student
    1840 Lime Kiln Rd, Green Bay, WI 54311
    (920) 468-6515
    Greyhound Bus Lines
    200 Main St W, Ashland, WI 54806
    (715) 682-4010
    Lamers Tour & Travel
    2611 W Grand Ave, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495
    (715) 421-0123
    Lamers Bus Lines Inc
    2415 Trailwood Ln, Rothschild, WI 54474
    (715) 241-7799

    Transportation lines are methods of shipping heavy freight and cargo to preferred destinations. For centuries now, there have been transportation lines, such as ships and trains, that haul freight or goods, and carry passengers to specific locations. In this day and age, some of the more common means of transportation for freight are trucks, large boats, and railways. As for individuals or passengers, means of transportation are often the local bus, an airport shuttle, a metro train, or a taxi car. As you likely know, it is possible to travel and transport goods via ground, sea, or air. Whether you are shipping something by road, water, or railroad tracks, there are certain logistics that must be understood beforehand. For instance, the weight and size of freight is important, as well as how far it has to travel, and how fast it has to reach a destination. The transit time will obviously be longer if it is being shipped overseas. There are many national transportation lines that deal with hauling freight for various trades, not to mention public trains and metro shuttles that carry people to preferred destinations daily. Countless company locations and businesses depend on transportation lines all the time. You may want to gather more information on shipping and hauling methods by contacting professionals in your area. This is one way to acquire a better understanding of commercial shipping trucks, freight trains, and vehicles that haul goods to businesses on a regular basis. Be sure to ask any questions you feel are necessary.
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