Accessorial Charges

Accessorial Charges

Extra fees attached to transportation services for duties beyond simply shipping a good from point A to point B. Examples of services on which a company may attach accessorial charges include waiting time, storage, packing, extra fuel, and so forth. Accessorial charges are also called assessorial charges.
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The new base rates, rules tariff and accessorial charges for FedEx Freight will be available at fedex.
GSO's Ground delivery service also presents cost advantages related to fees and accessorial charges.
Corporations and government agencies must navigate complicated rates and contracts, industry-specific accessorial charges, and required regulatory paperwork.
WWD is now able to capture accessorial charges for value-added work performed for owners and track the total time spent on work for a particular client, order or account.
GSO Ground also presents cost advantages related to fees and accessorial charges.
The Datex FootPrint[R] Warehouse Management System is also equipped with advanced features developed specifically for refrigerated warehouses that can track lot and date codes, blast freezing fees, capture temperatures, automate accessorial charges and serial numbers.
The rate adjustment takes effect on July 16, 2012, and applies to minimum charge, LTL rates and accessorial charges.
The main benefits of the service are to set clear guidelines and expectations for carriers to prevent disagreements over detention or other accessorial charges, as well as eliminate calls to the shipping department asking for directions or other requests for basic information.
improve productivity for dispatchers, distribution centers and manufacturing facilities * cut carrier dwell time and related carrier accessorial charges * improve carrier relations and ensure capacity, despite HOS regulations and driver shortages * improve capacity planning and workforce scheduling * reduce store stock-outs and improve customer fill rates through better prioritization and execution * provide buyers, customer service reps, logistics operations, and inventory analysts a time-phased view of capacity constraints to improve buying, available-to-ship, and delivery commitments.
Study shows that most overcharges stem from inconsistent discount practices, accessorial charges, and extra fees added on by carriers--
We adopted new accessorial charges for customer events that decrease asset productivity in order to protect our drivers and ensure that they are being appropriately compensated for their time.
1, 2011, and applies to minimum charge, LTL rates and accessorial charges.