- Where can I get information about routes and rates?
- How do I get a username for the website?
- How can I locate a unit?
- How long does it take for units documented online to be reflected in a waybill?
- What are the requirements for documenting units carrying hazardous products? (Applies only to Chemical products)
- What do I do if I can't get onto the website?
- How can I request units for freight?
- Can I add to or reduce my car requirements requested online?
- What units do I have assigned to my order?
- What is the procedure for rejecting a unit that doesn't meet the requirements?
- What is a documentation pattern and who registers this?
- What does it mean if my documentation patterns are marked with red or yellow?
- Who is responsible for the maintenance of private tracks?
- How much free time do I have to present the documentation for exportation?
- What happens if the customs documentation is not presented on time?
- Can Ferromex execute movements within my industry?
- Where can I consult the distance from one station to another?
- How do I process a permit to unload on public tracks?
- What is needed to register a new customer?
- Where can I get the tare and the load limit for the cars?
Your account executive can help; if you don't already have an account executive, please contact Sales at 01 800 33 77 663 option 2 + segment for the contact information of the person that can help you, you should have the following information at hand: Origin, Destination, Product, Tonnage and Frequency.
Please complete the following online form.
You can locate units online at e–Ferromex.
Enter your username and password, from the menu select the option Consult Events and select "consult total journey", you will need to enter the unit number(s) and the last event will be shown as well as the estimated arrival time.
If you are not the consignee or you are not mentioned in the waybill, contact Customer Service at 01 800 33 77 663.
This takes approximately 5 minutes. If any error is detected, the e-business department will notify the user that completed the documentation online by email.
You will need to provide, together with the documentation, an emergency sheet for this to be captured prior to documenting the units. Please send this information to: email@example.com
You should contact Customer Service at 01 800 33 77 663 option 4 or send an email with the error message to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The first step is to contact an account executive, because you can only be assigned a unit if a tariff has been authorized.
Most of our customers can request cars online. If your company has not yet migrated to this system, you will need to fill out a form and send it to email@example.com, noting that for domestic service, cars need to be requested 5 days in advance, and units for exportation need to be requested 15 days in advance.
Yes, provided this is done at least 5 days in advance of the date the cars are required and 15 days in advance for units for exportation.
If your company submits orders online, the same page will show you the units assigned. If you send a form by email, you will need to call your customer service segment. For more information, please call 01 800 33 77 663 option 1 + segment.
Empty units that are placed at industry for loading can be rejected provided you send a rejection form to firstname.lastname@example.org within 12 hours of the unit being placed. You will need to include a photo that clearly shows the reason for the rejection.
A documentation pattern is a waybill that is preloaded into the Ferromex system (origin, destination, sender, consignee, Tariff, Customs Agents, etc.) so that when you go online, you only need to add certain information such as the car number, the seals, and the ZVP.
It is recommended that the registry be requested 24-48 hours before you are going to document as this information needs to be validated. It is very important to remember that without a pattern, you will not be able to document.
This is a quick way of identifying whether the tariffs on your documentation patterns have expired (marked in red) or are about to expire (marked in yellow). You will need to contact your account executive to process the updating of these tariffs. Any mark in red means you will not be able to document. It is therefore recommended that you contact your account executive when the marks are yellow in order to prevent any delay in documentation.
The owner of the private track is responsible for its maintenance. Ferromex conducts annual or semiannual inspections to check the physical condition of the tracks to ensure they provide the operating safety necessary.
Each industry should have a contractor specialized in track maintenance and have a maintenance program to keep their tracks in good condition.
If the units are documented on Ferromex lines, you have 24 hours to present the documentation at the border. If the units are documented with another railroad, you have 24 hours from when the units are received at the interchange.
The customer/Customs Agent will be responsible for the demurrage generated from the customs documentation being presented late, and also the units may be detained prior to their arrival at the border, depending on the route, to avoid units arriving at the interchange and causing traffic problems.
The units will be released from detention when the customer or the Customs Agent has settled the charges corresponding.
Yes, provided you request this through the other services form, as the rental of a locomotive is required, which is charged to the customer.
You will need to notify the relevant segment at Customer Service by calling 01 800 33 77 663 option 1 + segment, preferably 24 hours in advance of the estimated date for placement as these permits are processed with the accounting department. If the customer has no debts, the permit is granted, otherwise the customer is required to contact billing in order to settle the amount outstanding.
If the business is Mexican, copy of the TaxId (RFC), proof of address (dated within the past 90 days and the information must match the TaxId), copy of a piece of identification for the person responsible for traffic. A form must also be completed.
You can consult it in our section How do we move freight? or call 01 800 33 77 663 option 3