What is CCM's policy on repairs while chassis are in use off terminal (a.k.a. over the road repairs)?
The motor carrier operating a chassis is subject to the terms of its interchange agreement with the Pool User.
For convenience of identifying pool chassis on a terminal, four digit markings of the pool are stenciled on the chassis bolsters and side rails. You may use any chassis within the pool as long as it has one of the below stencils. Each stencil represents a pool:
MWCP = Midwest Consolidated Chassis Pool
MCCP = Mid South Consolidated Chassis Pool
DCCP = Denver Consolidated Chassis Pool
SERP or SATL or SACP = South Atlantic Consolidated Chassis Pool
The Pool interchanges to its members, the Pool Users. The Users interchange to motor carriers.
Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association, a non-profit industry association of the leading U.S. ocean carriers.
The CCM Pool fleet currently averages about 18 years old .
At this time there are no specialized chassis comingled in any of the chassis pools however specialized chassis (traixles) could be managed by the pool but would not be comingled. The M&R costs on special chassis are passed directly to the contributor.