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The Optimum Allocation of Freight traffic

The Optimum Allocation of Freight traffic

Methods are suggested for comparing cost and quality of service between outside hauliers (rail or road) and own transport. Own vehicle operation is normally at a large cost disadvantage where outside hauliers can obtain a good back load. But speed of delivery and levels of loss and damage may become more important as value of consignments increases in proportion to weight.

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