When consigning the goods, the consignor shall submit the freight waybill and a copy of the waybill to the station as a written application for consigning the goods. After receiving the waybill, the station shall carefully check whether there is an approved monthly, ten day freight transportation plan and daily train plan for the whole vehicle goods, and check whether the contents of the waybill are correct. If it is confirmed that the goods can be carried, the station shall indicate the date when the goods should enter the station and the loading date in the waybill, which means that it accepts the consignment.
The consignor shall move the goods into the station or the designated location on the date specified in the visa, and the railway shall check the actual goods according to the records of the freight waybill, and the station can recognize the goods only when it considers that they comply with the provisions of the International Cargo Association and relevant rules and regulations. Generally, the whole vehicle goods are loaded, and the station shall stamp the date of carriage on the freight waybill, which is the carrier.
For the shipment of less than carload goods, the consignor does not need to prepare a monthly and ten day train demand plan, and can apply for the shipment by the station. After the station accepts the shipment, the consignor shall move the goods into the freight yard on the date specified in the visa, deliver them to the designated freight space, and hand them over to the railway for safekeeping after checking and weighing. The goods consigned by the consignor are accepted together with the freight waybill from the station. When the freight waybill is stamped with the date of carriage, it means that the goods have been carried. The railway shall be responsible for the custody of the goods after transportation, loading and shipment.
In short, the carriage is the beginning of the railway's responsibility for the delivery of goods, which means that the railway begins to undertake the obligation of transportation for the goods consigned by the consignor, and bear all the responsibilities of transportation.