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Shipping Scrap Steel with Union Pacific. November 2011. Scrap Steel & Union Pacific. Union Pacific is committed to: Transportation Value Customer Satisfaction Safety. AAR loading rules were established to protect:. Customers Railroad Employees Personal and Public Property.

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Shipping scrap steel with union pacific

Shipping Scrap Steel with Union Pacific

November 2011


Scrap steel union pacific

Scrap Steel & Union Pacific

  • Union Pacific is committed to:

    • Transportation Value

    • Customer Satisfaction

    • Safety

  • AAR loading rules were established to protect:

  • Customers

  • Railroad Employees

  • Personal and Public Property


General loading rules for scrap steel

General Loading Rules for Scrap Steel

  • Loose Scrap

    • Loading must be below the top of rail car sides and ends of car at any point of the load

  • Baled Scrap

    • Must have 51% of the bale below the top of the gondola

  • Violations

    • Shipments found in violation are subject to being reworked at the customers cost


Shipping loose scrap in gondolas examples not acceptable

Shipping Loose Scrap in GondolasExamples:Not Acceptable


Resources

Resources

  • UP Damage Prevention

  • American Association of Railroads

http://www.uprr.com/customers/dam-prev/index.shtml

http://www.aar.com/otlr.htm


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