The Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) operates 351 miles of mainline track along the east coast of Florida. With interchanges of Class I carriers, NS and CSXT the reach of FEC is expanded throughout all of North America. Moving carload commodities of aggregate, automobiles, lumber, farm products, food and kindred, machinery, pulp and paper, petroleum products, and stone, clay and glass, FEC also serves five intermodal terminals throughout Florida. FEC also provides a drayage leg in its portfolio of services to intermodal customers. This has proven to be a very attractive alternative for retail customers looking for one-stop shopping in their transportation services needs.
FEC 1000 Section I
FEC 1000 Section II: Credit Terms and Security Deposit
FEC 1000 Section III: Demurrage and Storage Provisions
FEC 1000 Section IV: Rate Publication Information
FEC 1000 Section V: TIH/PIH Procedure
FEC 1000 Section VI: Switching and Accessorial Provisions
FEC 7006-3 (Effective 08/23/11)