This clas sification was high although potato chips

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potato chips was 200. This clas- sification was high, although potato chips are often given as textbook examples of bulky freight that will cause a truck QUESTIONS to cube out. Even after much of the motor carrier indus- 1. If you worked for Chippy, what new classification would try was deregulated, Chippy had difficulty finding contract you ask for? Give your reasons. truckers interested in negotiating specific contract rates. 2. Classifications are based on both cost and value of service. This was because potato chips-as a result of their bulk From the carrier's standpoint, how has cost of service were not a desirable cargo from the truckers' point of view.
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changed? The potato chips were packed in 8-ounce bags. 3. Given the existing LTL classification of 200, how has value Twenty-four 8-ounce bags were packed in cartons that of service to the customer changed? were 12 inches by 12 inches by 36 inches. The packed car. 4. The new tubular containers are much sturdier. If you ton weighed 14 pounds. The 8- ounce bags of chips whole worked for Chippy, how--if at all would you argue that saled FOB plant for 40 cents each and retailed for cents. this factor influences classification?
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  • Fall '19
  • Imperial units, United States customary units, Truck, Potato, Chippy Potato Chip Company

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