When you click the 'Add More Participants' link on the Ship form, you can view the details of the participants you've already selected, and add other types of participants, including those for non-CSXT shipments.
"Shipper" is the company from whom goods are shipped.
"Consignee" is the receiver of goods shipped.
"Freight payer" is the party responsible for paying the bill or charges for the move.
"In care of party" is the party to which the goods are delivered.
broker" is the name of the party handling the transborder customs
"Account of" is the name of the company who actually owns shipment. (Complete this only if it is different than shipper name.)
"Beneficial Owner" is the true owner of the product in a car. In the case of an accident, the beneficial owner would be the party who would receive the payment for a claim.
"Order Of/Notify Party/Consigned/Advise" Shipments using these patron types are to be held by railroad personnel under appropriate paperwork is surrendered or if a bond or other type of security has already been previously arranged. This exchange occurs between the order of customer and the notify party; or, the consigned and advise party.
"Released to Drayman" is the name of the drayman to whom a trailer was released (usually Intermodal shipments.)
"Shipped From" is the actual original origin or location of shipment.
"Ultimate Consignee" is the final customer at final destination who will receive the shipment.
You can try the ‘Find’ link, but a non-CSXT participant may not be in CSX's system. Participant information for non-CSXT shipments will not be validated by CSX.