Free into Wagon

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Free into Wagon

In transportation, an agreement between the charterer (the party that hires a vessel) and a train's operator in which the charterer is responsible for the expense of loading and unloading cargo from the vessel. That is, under the agreement, loading cargo is free from the purview of the train's operator.
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