Joint Rate

Joint Rate

A single price paid on a shipment transported by two or more carriers between its origin and destination.
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He highlighted that Pan Gulf Technical Services offers a good welded joint rate. As they are only there to do the line-up and the welding of the pipe, they keep their staff and overheads to a minimum.
Joint rate control and scheduling in multihop wireless networks.
The new game involves new individual carrier tariffs (joint rate making was made illegal in 2008) and contract rates that reflect the customized needs of both the carrier and shipper for that business.
''The BOJ's latest action can be seen as part of the joint rate cut,'' said Takahide Kiuchi, chief economist at Nomura Securities Co.
Line-side testing of fastener assembly tools is important for safety and quality and CRANE ELECTRONICS' latest generation of JRS Opta (Joint Rate Simulator) computer controlled test benches can provide the solution for many industries.
The short line and the Class I railroad need to work together to develop a competitive joint rate the will benefit both railroads.
A joint rate vector [1,2] is adopted to avoid obstacles in this paper.
''A joint rate cut is a bit old as a concept,'' he said.
After purchasing a CRANE ELECTRONICS JRS Opta joint rate simulator from Genmar, Crane Electronics's Turkish distributor, Ford Otosan's truck plant can now carry out all tool testing within a short time and without disturbing the production line.
If the major road will not give the small line a reasonable share of a joint rate, the small line has little chance of success.
Delegates will have the option to attend either or both conferences and benefit from joint rates.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said the arrangement, in which the airlines collaborate on joint rates and scheduling, profits consumers as Virgin might not execute services from Australia to Abu Dhabi.
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