The Structure of Liner Freight Rates. A Comparative Route Study

The Structure of Liner Freight Rates. A Comparative Route Study

Unit values of commodities and the stowage factor are the chief determinants of freight rates on conference lines serving Thailand, Singapore and Israel. The "freight ton" is misconceived as a measure of costs and of the volume of trade: rating by volume should be applied consistently.

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