Rate Structure for Small Shipments: A Proposal and an Assessment of Users' Attitudes

Jerman, Roger E.; Constantin, James A.; Anderson, Ronald D.
June 1976
Transportation Journal;Summer76, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p48
Academic Journal
Analyzes the attitudes of users towards several aspects of the proposed rate structure for small shipments. Problems of small shipments in transportation industry; Implications of present rate structure; Cost centers and cost-generating factors in proposed rate structure.


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