ITT Exercises - Freight Transportation.pdf

You will be provided with a mock truck tariff and

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You will be provided with a mock truck tariff and various scenarios. You will have to determine the correct chargeable weight, as well as what the truck charges will be. As a forwarder, always present shipping dimensions as: Length x Width x Height Unless otherwise noted, dimensions provided throughout the program will always be given in this manner. This is the standard that should always be followed. Be sure to educate your customers about this standard. At this point, you should become familiar with conversions to Imperial from Metric, and vice versa . Refer to Conversion Tables in Appendix B ” and weight/volume ratio information in Appendix “C . Become familiar with conversions, as this is a very important area that you will have to deal with on a day-to-day basis. Answer the following. Using the CIFFA - Logistics Canada Trucking Chart in Appendix “ D , determine the trucking charges associated with each shipment. 1. Customer D, located in Hamilton, has 5 skids of office furniture, being delivered to terminal Toronto. Each skid weighs 385 lb, and has dimensions of 48 in x 40 in x 36 in. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: 2. Customer E, located in Chatham, has 45 cartons of hockey cards. Each carton has dimensions of 18 in x 18 in x 8 in, and each weighs 17 lb. The hockey cards are being delivered from terminal Toronto.

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Questions Land Transportation Page | 48 2017 Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: 3. Customer H, located in Cornwall, has 10 pallets of computer paper, being delivered from terminal Toronto. Each weighs 436 kg, with dimensions of 1.20 m x 0.80 m x 1.30 m each. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4:
Questions Land Transportation Page | 49 2017 Exercise 3.5 (Question) Determine the trucking charges associated with each shipment using the conversions and weight/volume ratio tables and CIFFA Logistics Canada Trucking Chart found in Appendices “ B ”, “ C ” and “ D ”. The accepted freight density ratio for trucking is 10 lb/ft 3 . Always check with the carrier! 1. 100 cartons of books to be delivered to London, Ontario from terminal Toronto. Totals: 300 ft 3 , 300 lb. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: 2. Your customer is located in Burlington and has 10 skids of bottled water, being delivered to terminal Toronto. Each skid weighs 1,000 lb and has dimensions of 48 in x 40 in x 70 in. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: 3. Your customer is located in Brockville and requires a delivery of 5 boxes of electronic devices to terminal Toronto. Each box weighs 10 lb and has dimensions of 12 cm x 10 cm x 5 cm. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: 4. Your customer has 6 skids of paper for delivery from terminal Toronto to Bowmanville. Each skid weighs 1,600 lb and has dimensions of 38 in x 20 in x 58 in. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4:

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Questions Land Transportation Page | 50 2017 Exercise 3.6 (Question) Using the information below, make any necessary corrections or additions to the following truck bill of lading. All rates are taken from the CIFFA Logistics Canada Trucking Chart, Appendix “ D ”.
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• Fall '18
• Jane Smith
• freight forwarder, Commercial item transport and distribution, CIFFA, Ocean Transportation Intermediary

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