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Sub: Charging for privately owned BCBFG wagons. ( Rates Circular No. 56 of 2008)
1.0 M/s Adani Agri Logistics Ltd. have procured 4 rakes of BCBFG wagons specially designed for transportation of food grains for public distribution system.

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2.0 It has been decided that the permissible carrying capacity of BCBFG wagons will be 61 tonne with an additional loading tolerance of 2 tonne.


3.0 The standard rake size for the purpose of allowing trainload rate benefit for these wagons will be 50 wagons and minimum number of wagons required to be loaded will be 49 wagons.
4.0 Food Grains loaded in these wagons will be charged at normal tariff rates.
5.0 These instructions will come into force w.e.f. 14.10.2008.
6.0 This issues in consultation with Traffic Transportation and Mechanical Engineering Directorates and with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.
(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1394/2008/11 of date 13/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. C.176/4 Vol.II of date 15/10/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 124 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Transportation of Relief Material (Speed Boats/Boats) from flood affected Bihar State: free of charge. (Rates Circular No.55 of 2008)
1.0 The floods in Bihar due to breaches in the embankment of Kosi river has been declared as a National Calamity.
2.0 In view of the above and in continuation to Board’s letters of even number dated 28.08.2008 (Rates Circular No.43 of 2008) and dated 29.8.2008 Corrigendum to Rates Circular No.43 of 2008), and addendum to these Rates Circulars, sanction of the Central Government is hereby accorded to free of charge booking of speed boats/boats of rescue team, arranged for rescue operations in the flood affected areas of Bihar state, back to their destination.
3.0 These instructions will remain valid upto 15.10.2008.
4.0 This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1147/2008/2 of date 08/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. C.174/1 Vol.II of date 17/10/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 125 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Addendum to Rates Circular No. 43 of 2008 and Corrigendum thereto
Sub: Transportation of Relief Material/Fodder to notified flood affected districts of Bihar State: free of charge.
1.0 The floods in Bihar due to breaches in the embankment of Kosi river has been declared as a National Calamity.
2.0 In view of the above and in continuation to Board’s letters of even number dated 8.08.2008 (Rates Circular No.43 of 2008) and dated 29.8.2008 (Corrigendum to Rates Circular No.43 of 2008), sanction of the Central Government is hereby accorded to free of charge booking of relief material/fodder, for free distribution to flood affected persons of Bihar state, by Government and Non- Government Organizations, Recognized Political Parties, Trusts, Philanthropic Organizations, Social Service Organizations, reputed Press & Electronic Media. In all these cases, booking is permitted for ‘SELF’. Destinations should be Saharsa, Purnea, Katihar, Khagaria, Araria and Rajendra Nagar/Patna.
3.0 Further, sanction is also accorded for free of charge booking of relief material/fodder by Railway Organizations for above purpose when it is consigned to General Managers of East Central Railway/Northeast Frontier Railway or DRMs of Samastipur, Sonepur or Katihar divisions.
4.0 All other terms and conditions of Rate Circular No.43 of 2008 will continue to apply unchanged.
5.0 This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1147/2008/2 of date 23/09/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. C.174/1 Vol.II of date 17/10/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 126 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Freight concession for Iron- Ore traffic (Class 200X) from SW Railway to Panambur. (Rates Circular No. 53 of 2008)
1. Sanction of the Central Government is hereby accorded to grant 20% (Twenty Percent) concession in freight on Normal Tariff Rate (NTR) for movement of Iron-Ore (for export) booked at Class 200X subject to following conditions.
(i) The discount will be given to Iron Ore (for export) booked at Class- 200X at the time of issue of RR.

(ii) Freight Concession will be given for Iron-Ore traffic transported in BOXN and covered wagons only.

(iii) The originating point of the traffic will be Sasulu, Amrutapura, Ammasandra and Banasandra stations of Mysore Division on South Western Railway.

(iv) The destination point will be Panambur of Southern Railway.

(v) No concessions other than concessions permissible under WIS and TIELS will be admissible on this traffic.

(vi) All other applicable charges, if any, will be leviable.


2. Railway shall furnish a monthly appreciation report by 7th of the following month.
3. These instructions will come into force with effect from 10.10.2008 and will remain valid till 09.01.2009.

4. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1618/2007/10 of date 03/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. C.493/6/431 of date 17/10/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 127 of 2008 (GOODS)



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Sub: Procedure for calculation of stabling charges on BLC/BLL rakes owned by Container Train Operators.


  1. Stabling charges are to be recovered as per Railway Board’s letter No. TC-I/98/201/4 dated 17.1.2008 or extant rate notified by Railway Administration from time to time.




  1. As per Concession Agreement para 7.6.1 (iii), in case the Concessionaire’s Train suffers detention en route due to any reason attributable to the Concessionaire, he will be liable to pay stabling charges.




  1. In order to streamline the recovery of stabling charges following procedure should be adopted by all the Zonal Railways:




    1. When congestion occurs at a terminal owned by an entity other than the Indian Railways, the Railway will first stable rakes for the terminal on its own system advising the Division on which stabling has occurred, to raise stabling charges as per the Railway Board’s letter No. TC-I/98/201/4 dated 17.1.2008 or extant rate notified by Railway Administration from time to time.




    1. If the congestion persists and the terminal Railway is forced not to accept rakes for the terminal from other Zonal Railways, the Zonal Railway on which the terminal is located will issue a recorded control message, indicating message number and date and time of issue message to all the Railways informing them of its inability to accept rakes for the terminal. A Copy of the message issued should be marked to TAO office of the concerned Railways.




    1. This message will specially state that the trains are being refused due to congestion at the terminal on account of the concessionaire. Each Control office will keep a record of such messages. Chief Controller or a person authorized on his behalf will personally ensure that the instructions contained in para 3.4 and 3.5 below are strictly and accurately complied with by the station staff where stabling of container train takes place.




    1. When a rake for a congested terminal is stabled at a station on account of such message, the Station Master concerned will record under his signature the details of the message of the issuing railway and the date and time of stabling. The Station Master will also specifically record on the vehicle guidance of the train that the stabling is on account of the concessionaire.




    1. On removal of the congestion at the terminal, the terminating Railway will give a recorded message confirming its ability to accept the trains for the terminal. A copy of this message should be marked to TAO of the concerned Zonal Railways. This message will have a number, date and time of its issue and will have a reference to the earlier message regarding non –acceptance. On receipt of the message the Station Master of the Station where the train for terminal is stabled will make an endorsement under his signature on the Vehicle Guidance recording the time and date when acceptance has been issued by the terminal Railway.




    1. Station Master referred to in these instructions would mean the Station Master himself or any other authorized staff on his behalf.




    1. The concessionaire will be liable to pay stabling charges for the duration from the time when the train was stabled due to non acceptance of the rake on account of congestion and up to the time when the acceptance message was issued.




    1. For the purpose of determining the period of stabling on concessionaire’s account, the endorsements on the vehicle guidance as given in sub –Para 3.4 and 3.5 above will be referred to




    1. At the destination station, before giving delivery of the containers, vehicle guidance will be checked. In case stabling has been recorded on account of the concessionaire, stabling charges will be recovered as per Para 7.6 of the concession agreement. A watch may also be kept by TAO office of destination Railway. TAO may watch the recovery of stabling charges by developing a suitable mechanism in the office or through the TIA. Provided however that Stabling Charges shall be levied only where the detention of the Concessionaire’s train is for a period in excess of 4 (four) hours.




    1. It is clarified that stabling charges will be levied when stabling occurs due to any of the reasons mentioned in Para 7.6.1 of the concession agreement.




  1. The above instructions will come in force with effect from 10.10.2008.




  1. This issues with the concurrence of Finance and Commercial Directorates of the Railway Board.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No. 2008/TT-III/73/20 of date 29/09/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 387/PCO/Container/1 of date 21/10/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 128 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Permissible carrying capacity of BOXNLW and BOXNLWM I wagon (Rate Circular No. 57 of 2008).


  1. Sanction of the Central Government is hereby accorded to fix the Permissible Carrying Capacity (PCC) of BOXNLW and BOXNLWM1 wagons as per the following:







Permissible Carrying Capacity (in tonne)

CC+6 (universalized) routes

CC+8 routes

Iron ore

67

69

Coal

65

65




  1. A loading tolerance of 2 (two) tonne is available for the purpose of levy of punitive charges for overloading.




  1. These instructions will come into force w.e.f 01.11.2008.




  1. This issues in consultation with Traffic transportation, Civil Engineering Directorates and with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No. TCR/1394/2008/4 of date 20/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.176/4/ Vol.II of date 22/10/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 129 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Chargeable weight for DAP (Di Ammonium Phosphate ) on CC+8 routes when loaded in BCNA/BCNAHS wagons. (Rates Circular No.59 of 2008)


  1. The loadability trial of DAP (Di Ammonium Phosphate ) conducted by Railways have revealed that it can easily be loaded upto a higher level in BCNA wagons.




  1. Accordingly, Ministry of Railways has decided that the chargeable weight for DAP (Di Ammonium Phosphate) will be 66 tonne when loaded in BCNA/BCNAHS on CC+8 routes.




  1. Accordingly, para 3.0 of the Rates Circular No. 28 of 2008 ( circulated vide this office LRA 70 of 2008 (Goods) may be modified




  1. These instructions will come into force w.e.f 31.10.2008.




  1. This issues in consultation with Traffic transportation Directorate and with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No. TCR/1394/2004/2 of date 22/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.176/4/ Vol.II of date 23/10/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 130 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Corrigendum No.4 to Rates Circular No. 28 of 2008
Sub: Running of freight trains on CC+8 routes.

Ref: Rates Circular No. 28 of 2008 and corrigendum thereto (circulated vide this office LRA 70,77,83 & 91 of 2008(Goods)




  1. Clarification has been sought regarding loading and charging of ‘G’ grade coal. It is clarified that ‘G’ grade coal may be treated at par with E&F grade coal for the purpose of loading and charging.




  1. This issues in consultation with Traffic Transportation Directorate and with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No. TCR/1394/2004/2 of date 13/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.176/4/ Vol.II of date 23/10/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 131 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Policy Guidelines- Special Freight Incentive Scheme for Iron Ore for West Central Railway. (Rates Circular No. 58 of 2008)
Several Freight Incentive Schemes were issued vide Rates Circular No. 25 of 2008. Sanction of the Central Government is accorded for introduction of following Freight Incentive Scheme only for Iron ore booked at Class 200X.
Objective

This Scheme enables General Manager of West Central Railway to grant concessions in freight to Iron ore traffic. Such concessions should be granted primarily to divert traffic from competing modes to rail.


Incentive

Discount of up to 30% (Thirty percent) in the freight rate (NTR) may be granted at the time of issue of Railway receipt itself. Such concessions should be granted for a period not exceeding three months.


Floor Rate

Not Applicable

Benchmark

Not Applicable

Permitted Terminals

All


Permitted Commodities

Applicable only for Iron ore traffic in Class 200X

Lead Restriction

Freight concessions under this Scheme can be granted only to Iron ore traffic strictly with leads of 976 KM or higher.

Permitted Wagons

All types of wagons

Seasonal Restriction

No restriction

Concurrent Freight Concessions

WIS and TIELS

Conditions

1. Main objective of this Freight Incentive Scheme is to generate additional traffic volumes and additional revenues. Grant of freight concessions should, therefore, serve this very objective. A close watch needs to be kept to ensure that this objective is being served.


2. The concession should not be granted in a routine manner. Before granting concession, a comprehensive analysis should be done to evaluate the justification for grant of such concession. General Manager should personally satisfy that there is justification and desirability for giving such concession.
3. Concession up to 30% will be granted on Normal Tariff Rate (NTR). 30% concession is the upper limit. Only such percentage of concession should be granted which, in General Manager’s view is sufficient to attract the traffic.


  1. Concession granted under this policy will always be with prospective effect after issue of notification.

Processing Procedure


1 Proposals under the scheme should be submitted to DRM concerned.
2 After scrutiny of DEC, the proposals should be forwarded to CCM of the concerned Zonal Railway.
3 CCM would examine the proposal personally in consultation with COM for personal vetting of FA&CAO and personal approval of General Manager, subject to the conditions of the scheme.
These instructions will come into force with effect from 27.10.2008 and shall remain valid up to three months i.e. 26.01.2009.
This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No. TCR/1078/2008/29 of date 22/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.423/1 Vol.II of date 06/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 132 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Rebate in freight rates on Caustic Soda Lye traffic transported in the Privately owned BTCS wagons - Rate Circular no 60 of 2008.
Ref:- Railway Board’s letter no. TCR/1644/2006/1 dated 29.04.2008 (Rates Circular No. 19 of 2008 circulated vide this office LRA 53 of 2008 (Goods) dated 15/5/08)


  1. Sanction is hereby accorded to grant rebate (6.4%) in wagonload and (6.8%) in train load in freight to M/s Grasim Industries Ltd., on transportation of Caustic Soda Lye when transported in privately owned wagons from Nagda station to destinations namely Hindalco Industries Assisted siding Muri (SE Railway) and KMPS /Kumarapatnam siding (SW Railway), in addition to destinations Renukoot/Korba permitted under Rates Circular No. 19 of 2008.




  1. The percentage rebate indicated above would remain inforce from 31.10.2008 to 31.3.2009.




  1. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No. TCR/1644/2006/1 of date 24/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No.432/2 of date 6/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 133 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Haulage charges recoverable for movement of containers in privately owned wagons.


  1. In continuation of letter No. 2006/TT-III/73/8 dated 1.7.2008, it has been decided to give a rebate of 10% for domestic traffic for weight categories above 20 MTs subject to the condition that the applicable rate after rebate will not be less than the corresponding rate as applicable as per Railway Board’s letter No. 2006/TT-III/73/12 dt. 11.10.2006. This rebate will be applicable with effect from 1.11.2008 to 31.12.2008.




  1. It is clarified that the rebate is applicable only to the domestic traffic and not to EXIM traffic.




  1. All other provisions contained in Railway Board’s letter no. 2006/TT-III/73/8 dated 1.7.2008 will remain unchanged.




  1. This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate in the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.2008/TT-III/73/8 of date 27/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 78/1/54/Concor Vol.II of date 06/11//2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 134 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Policy Guidelines –Special Freight Incentive Scheme for Iron Ore – Corrigendum to Rate Circular No. 35 of 2008.


  1. In continuation of Board’s letter No.TCR/1078/2008/6 dt. 11.07.2008 (Rates Circular No. 35 of 2008), sanction of the Central Government is accorded as, a special case, to replace the content of Para “Lead Restriction” mentioned on page on with the following.

“ Lead Restriction”


“Freight concessions under this Scheme can be granted only to Iron ore traffic with leads of more than 975 Kms.”


  1. All other details of the circular will remain unchanged.




  1. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1078/2008/6 of date 22/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 429/0 of date 06/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 135 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Levy of penal demurrage charges and higher wharfage charges.
Ref: 1. No. TC-I/2005/201/2 dt. 19.12.2005 (Rates Circular No. 74 of 2005)

2. No. TC-1/2005/201/2 Pt.B dt 08.03.07 (Rates Circular No. 21 of 2007)


Vide Rates Circulars referred to above, Railway can increase the demurrage and wharfage rates, even at progressively increasing rate, subject to a maximum of six times of the prevalent rate. These panel/higher rates are to be implemented in case of excessive congestion at any terminal and only after giving wide publicity and due notice of 48 hours.
It has come to the notice of Board the Zonal Railways are levying penal demurrage and wharfage charges at a rate of six times of the prevalent rate in a routine manner. It is to clarify that in terms of extant instructions, penal /higher rates can be increased upto maximum of 6 times of the prevalent rate, implying thereby that these rates can be increased by say, 2 times or 3 times or so on, and not necessarily 6 times at one go in all cases. In fact Railway may decide to levy variable rates like 2 times for first 3 hours detention, 3times for next 12 hours detention and so on and so forth.
Railway must judiciously evaluate the situation and the rates should be increased on merit to the extent considered justified. Levy of six times rates should be resorted only when the situation becomes very alarming.
(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TC-I/2005/201/2 of date 22-23/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 124/0 of date 07/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 136 of 2008 (GOODS)

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Sub: Punitive charges for overloading
In terms of Para no. 3 of Gazette notification dated 15.06.2007 regarding Railways (punitive charges for overloading of wagons) Rules 2007, no punitive charges are to be levied if the customer carries out load adjustment at the originating station itself in case of detection of overloading at originating point.
Vide instruction no. 10 of Rates circular no. 86/2006 dated 13.10.2006, it was decided that weighment of rakes/wagons at associate weighbridge/alternative associate weighbridge shall be treated as weighment at forwarding station for all purposes.

A clarification has been sought whether punitive charges for overloading are to be levied or not in case of load adjustment at the weighment points of associate weighbridge /alternative associate weighbridge which are not located at loading point itself or at serving station of siding.


The matter has been examined and it is clarified that if adjustment in load is carried out at associate weighbridge /alternative associate weighbridge points which are not located at loading point itself or serving station of siding, it should not be treated as adjustment at originating point as mentioned in Para no. 3 of Gazette notification dated 15.06.2007. In such cases, the punitive charges for overloading should be levied for the entire distance to be travelled by the train hauling the wagon from the originating station to the destination point , irrespective of point of load adjustment. Punitive charges for overloading will not be levied in terms of Para No.3 of Gazette notification dated 15.06.2007 only when load adjustment is done at the originating station including serving station if any.
These instructions will be applicable for the weight done after 02.11.08. However, past cases, where punitive charges have not been levied after adjustment at associate weighbridge /alternate associate weighbridge location treating it as adjustment at originating point, should not be reopened.

This issues with the approval of Finance Directorate of Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TC-I/2006/108/4 of date 24/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 611/0 of date 11/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 137 of 2008 (GOODS)

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CORRIGENDUM

Sub: Two point combinations for steel traffic. (Corrigendum No.1 to Rates Circular No.25 of 2008)


Ref: Board’s letter of even number dated 13.06.2008.

(Rates Circular No.25 of 2008)

A list of two point combinations for other than covered stock (for steel traffic only) was notified in terms of Annexure-III attached to the Rates Circular No.25 of 2008.
It has been decided that the following two point combinations may be added in the Annexure-III attached to the Rates circular No.25 of 2008.
(i) Dewas(DWX) and Laksmibai Nagar(LMNR)

(ii) Nishatpura(NSZ) and Bhopal(BPL)


Accordingly, the Annexure-III attached to the Rates Circular No.25 of 2008 may be modified.

These instructions will come into force w.e.f. 07.11.2008 and will remain in force till 31.03.2009.

This issues in consultation with Traffic Transportation Directorate and with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of Ministry of Railways.

(Authority: Railway Board’s letter No.TCR/1078/2008/15 of date 31/10/2008)

(Authority: CCM/NWR No. 429/0 of date 12/11/2008)

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Para for LOCAL RATE ADVICE 138 of 2008 (GOODS)

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