Tariff 3 - Intermodal supplemental servicesEffective March 1, 2021
Tariff 3 - Intermodal supplemental servicesExpires February 28, 2021
Tariff 3 - Intermodal supplemental servicesExpires December 31, 2020
Tariff 3 is in place to encourage safe and fluid railway operation and includes International, Domestic and Cross Border Intermodal.
Tariff 3 is generic, with each price grouped and simplified into the impact to safety, fluidity, and other admin work or service not included in CP's Guide to Products and Services (Tariff 1). These can be combined to cover any situation that may arise, and the guide to combinations at the back of the tariff will help you identify how.
The most effective way to avoid asset use fees is to make sure containers are loaded or unloaded and released within the time provided. CP encourages all customers to be as efficient as possible, and would prefer to have containers loaded or unloaded in the shortest time possible.
Asset use begins:
Asset use ends:
For your convenience, the lengthy list of restricted and prohibited commodities as well as Overweight Restrictions and Hazardous Materials, has been moved to a central area in the Appendix to CP's Guide to Products and Services. This appendix contains the prohibited/restricted commodities, Hazardous materials, and Overweight Restrictions tables. Any questions regarding this information should be directed to
You will find a summary of fees uniquely applicable to Hazardous Commodities in Tariff 8. These prices are in place to provide strong incentive for ensuring safe and fluid railway operations.
To most effectively avoid these fees, we strongly encourage all our customers to familiarize themselves with applicable laws, regulations, safe handling, and other best practices specific to the Hazardous Commodity.
CP's eChannel team is providing our customers access and training to our new suite of intermodal tools. The team today is in the process of deploying these new tools to the marketplace which includes an overview of the applications and one on one training. Customers who would like to discuss the opportunity to receive this training or access can contact us at 1-888-333-8111 or email CPEDI_Services@cpr.ca. Your commercial representative may also be able to help you find out more.
Item 50 covers asset use for all containers, empty or loaded. If you are looking to secure an extended storage of empty private equipment contact your account manager
Extra Deliveries are when a customer requests an additional delivery. Item 35 is the charge for processing the extra delivery, and then the incremental freight price difference is agreed upon and added to the processing fee.
Re-deliveries are when CP is unable to deliver a load, and must attempt to Re-deliver.