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CLM Sighting Codes
 


Code Classification Description
A Arrival at an In-transit yard Equipment has arrived at an in-transit railroad location other than the destination.
B Bad Orders Equipment has been reported or received defective at location shown
C Highway Arrival Highway arrival at a railroad intermodal facility. (This code should be fallowed by a U or P sighting code.
D Arrival at Destination Destination is to be considered the final RR yard/intermodal ramp shown on waybill.
E Highway Departure Highway departure from final railroad/intermodal facility. (This code should be followed by C or K sighting code.)
F Flatcar Bad Orders Flatcar has been reported or received defective at location shown.
G Bad Order Release Equipment reported released from bad order status and returned to service.
H Car Delayed or Held Equipment delayed or held. See NITL expanded car delay reporting.
I Equipment Offered in Interchange Equipment offered to another railroad without any movement from the receiving road.
J Junction Delivery Delivery from one railroad to another railroad with no intervening highway move. (This code should be followed by an R sighting code.)
K Intermodal Interchange Final railroad delivery to another carrier mode for delivery.This must be last sighting code received with regard to the waybill.
L Motor Carrier Arrival Railroad controlled arrival on motor carrier from intra-facility move.
M Motor Carrier Move Container/Trailer put on Railroad controlled truck delivery to an off-site intermodal facility in substitute service.
N No Bill Equipment has no bill at location shown. This code should be deleted from the list when the H code is implemented.
P Departure Equipment has departed from location shown.
Q Flatcar Bad ORder Released Flatcar has been reported released from bad order status and returned to service.
R Junction Received Railroad car received by one railroad from another with no intervening highway move. (This should be preceded by a J sighting code.)
S Storage Equipment is being stored by railroad.
T On Truck Line Equipment is on railroad controlled by truck line.
U Ramped Equipment placed on flatcar.
V Deramped Equipment taken off flatcar.
W Released Equipment released by patron at date/time/location shown.
X Pull Car pulled from patron siding at date/time/location shown.
Y Construction Placement The carrier has reported to the patron that Equipment is available for placement and is subject to demurrage/detention charges. (Consignee notifies party.)
Z Actual Placement The car has been placed on the patron's siding and is subject to demurrage charges.
1 Return of Rail Container/Trailer Empty rail equipment has been returned to rail.
2 Rail Yard Move Equipment has been returned to rail.
3 Advance ETA Advanced estimated time of arrival of Equipment at either an interchange point of final rail destination.
6 Lading Transfer to Lading in the reported equipment has been transferred to another railcar, container or trailer.
7 Lading Transfer From Lading in the reported equipment has been transferred from another railcar, container or trailer.
9 Release from Hold other than Bad Order Equipment reported released and returned to service.

  Code is used to determine when their responsibility for the trailer has ceased.

  Various carriers have been using other assigned codes by default.

  The word "delete" in the train field of a CLM  indicates the prior sighting, corresponding to this entry in all other respects, was in error and should be deleted.