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To field 4065 'Contract and carriage condition, coded', of TSR segment, on CUSCAR D98B standard, I want to know the exact meaning/logic of these

27	Door-to-door
The carrier is responsible for the intermodal carriage of cargo including both the pre-carriage and the on-carriage.
28	Door-to-pier
The carrier is responsible for the intermodal carriage of cargo including the pre-carriage, but excluding the on-carriage.
29	Pier-to-door
The carrier is responsible for the intermodal carriage of cargo including the on-carriage, but excluding the pre-carriage.
30	Pier-to-pier
The carrier of intermodal cargo is only responsible for the main carriage.

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Pre-Carriage – The movement that happens BEFORE the container is loaded on the ship
Carriage – The movement that happens while the container is ON BOARD the ship (AKA Inter-modal Carriage)
On-Carriage – The movement that happens AFTER the container is discharged from the ship
http://shippingandfreightresource.com/difference-between-pre-carriage-carriage-and-on-carriage/
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Johnson gave you the definitions.
There is no logic, just definitions.
Pre means before (in this case the ship)
on means onward (that is, the next step)
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Many thanks to all.
How can I derive these values

27	Door-to-door
The carrier is responsible for the intermodal carriage of cargo including both the pre-carriage and the on-carriage.
28	Door-to-pier
The carrier is responsible for the intermodal carriage of cargo including the pre-carriage, but excluding the on-carriage.
29	Pier-to-door
The carrier is responsible for the intermodal carriage of cargo including the on-carriage, but excluding the pre-carriage.
30	Pier-to-pier
The carrier of intermodal cargo is only responsible for the main carriage.

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per given container of Booking/BL?
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"How can I derive these values"      What values?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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Look at the contract between the shipper and the shipping company
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