Handling Charge


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Handling Charge

The cost to package and ship a good. The seller often (but not always) passes on handling charges to the buyer. A handling charge may be called "shipping and handling."
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A divided panel of the Illinois appellate court held that a $20 handling charge was not per se reasonable under the statutory language and that the statute required patients only to reimburse providers for the actual processing costs of records requests, up to a $20 maximum.
But when the handling charge was added the receiver had to pay 86p.
With regard to Matson's terminal handling charge, which appears as a separate line item on the company's freight bills, Hoppes added: "Terminal handling costs comprise over 40 percent of Matson's operating costs.
This rip off handling charge must generate thousands of pounds annually.
The handling charge for a pounds 100 ticket is pounds 7.
For telephone orders, there is a $3 shipping and handling charge that is added to the price of the stamp.
In addition, Matson will raise its terminal handling charge by $125 per westbound container and $60 per eastbound container, also effective January 3, 2010.
President Travel, General Sales Agent of Gulf Air for Nepal, stated that termination of flights to Kathmandu were done due to high ground handling charge and double taxation.
However, the administration charge, handling charge or whatever you like to call it has risen from pounds 1 to pounds 5 for each monthly bill.
The wording of some entries often implies the customer has won something that requires a shipping and handling charge that exceeds the value of the prize.
On arrival at the fifth floor, my wife had her handbag searched before entering the Passport Office (to which, by the way, she had no objection) and then we were informed that, for security reasons, because we had not posted the documents, we were subject to a handling charge of pounds 12 each.
They have to pay a pounds 4 handling charge plus a recorded delivery fee of pounds 1.