Container Freight Station (CFS) Charging

A Container Freight Station is a facility located at a port or inland location where containers are received, inspected, and repacked for further transport. These facilities prepare LCL shipments for consolidation and deconsolidation, meaning grouping LCL shipments at origin CFS or ungrouping them at the destination CFS.

CFS charging is the fee charged by a freight station to receive, inspect, and repack shipments of goods in containers. This fee usually covers labor costs associated with handling cargo and other related fees, such as storage fees.


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