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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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She said for transit containers handling charges are USD60 per twenty foot unit and USD90 for forty foot unit.
The upward adjustment in cargo handling charges was approved by the PPA Board during its meeting last Nov.
Chief executive Michael O'Leary blamed an "unjustified" doubling in landing and handling charges at Stansted and Dublin airports.
A starter set, including one Arm Brace and two Adapters, is available for $69.95 plus shipping and handling charges. Additional Adapters cost $16.95 per pair.
For, when buying the tickets, purchasers must also stump out huge handling charges.
Says Mark Bodega: "Shoppers must remember to factor in VAT, import duty and possible post office handling charges as well as international shipping costs when calculating savings."
For each coupon you accept as our authorized agent, we will pay you face value plus 8[cent] handling charges, provided you and your customer have complied with the terms of this offer.
But when he arrived at Coventry Crown Court, Nuznyi told his barrister that he was not responsible for the burglaries, but did accept the seven handling charges. Prosecuting counsel Thomas Schofield told Recorder John Aucott that, because there was no forensic evidence linking Nuznyi to the burglaries, he agreed to accept the plea.
Hard copy photos can be purchased for $7 for 4x6 prints, $10 for 5x7 prints and $15 for 8x10 prints, plus shipping and handling charges. Viewers that purchase more than one copy of the same photo will receive a discount on the additional copies.
The financially troubled airline introduced new fares for local, regional and long-haul flights as it has failed to meet the costs for fuel, spare parts and foreign handling charges.
In a significant number of these agreements, shipping and handling charges are bundled with the cost of goods, making it difficult for the organization to see what it's actually paying for the goods versus shipping charges.
yet two-thirds are unaware they carry handling charges and interest rates up to five per cent higher than those on card purchases.