Weight Break

Weight Break

The weight of cargo to be transported that is sufficient for the owner to become eligible for some sort of bulk rate. The weight break is the quantity necessary for a per unit reduction in price for the cargo's transportation. It is also called the weight threshold.
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He said cargo throughput charges should be imposed at standard rate of two percent instead of five percent in case of same day clearance, adding the cargo throughput charges should be calculated electronically on the basis of actual weight break through an automated system by PRAL, and PCAA should act as a collecting agency only.
It helps increase our share of the low weight break cargo market while providing customers with a service that adds real value to their businesses.
I think she's going to bounce right out and with the weight break she gets she's going to be tough.
Figure 4 shows that, with one weight break, the minimum total cost (inventory holding plus transportation) per cwt will occur either at the economic shipment weight ESW or at the minimum volume weight [W.sub.V].
The shipper can decide whether it is economically advantageous to declare the greater weight by calculating the weight break for the relevant rates.
Moving to the next-heavier weight break, the rate will fall by nearly another 22 percent.
As the shipment moved from one weight break to the next-heavier weight break, the class rates showed the percentage reductions indicated in the table below.
This screen shot shows each carrier's rate per 100 pounds for the weight break covering the particular shipment being analyzed, along with all negotiated discounts and/or FAK rates.
I then explained that weights are in ranges in weight breaks, as are zip code-based distances, so these are really averages too.
The main benefit of "S&S FLEX" membership is the rate calculation , which is based on 100 grams versus the usual 500 grams weight breaks, enabling customers to save up to 90% on shipping costs compared to similar services.
THE HOSE MAY LOOK LIKE A CONVENIENT FOOTREST WHILE YOU'RE WORKING ON THE ENGINE, BUT YOUR WEIGHT BREAKS THE HOSE CLAMPS.