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the cost of handling (especially the cost of packaging and mailing an order)

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The cost objects of limestone handling cost and dolomite handling cost comprise of the total expenses incurred on managing of limestone and dolomite respectively in RMHP, while utilizing various activities, like tippling, screening, conveyor belt movement, stacking, reclaiming, bunker storage, blend mixing and flux crushing.
Assuming this difference is due to handling costs, one solution is to allocate P2's excess stand-alone cost to PI and FR in a 2-to-1 ratio, the resulting proportions after eliminating P2.
It is important to be able to distinguish between storage and handling costs and production costs because production costs incurred at a retail sales facility would be capitalizable, while storage and handling costs would be deductible.
It also said the move would reduce airport and handling costs by more than 10%, leading to savings of around pounds 20.
It also said the move would reduce airport and handling costs by more than 10 per cent, leading to savings of around pounds 20.
Of those responding to the survey, 78 percent listed cutting claim handling costs as their top priority, ISO said.
The master alloy is said to help decrease handling costs and charging rates of scrap.
The airline, which hopes the changes will make savings of over pounds 1million a year, is also to encourage flyers to carry all luggage on to flights, in a bid to cut down on baggage handling costs.
The new implementation has enabled Royal Mail to reduce its call handling costs through the use of speech recognition technology which automates calls for its Track & Trace letter and package tracking service.
The hot-pluggability feature allows OEMs to reduce inventory handling costs by offering a single 10GE line card which can support optics populated to order instead of at assembly.
There is a huge opportunity to cut instore logistics costs by getting information about how your staff are being deployed instore, and seeing which products are most profitable, when you can identify the handling costs of individual products.
There are virtually no handling costs for the graphics themselves, whereas paper copies of the same number of graphics could be quite expensive due to shipping costs.
The buyer is responsible for all other costs such as unloading and handling costs at the point of entry, customs duties and fees, inland transit costs and so on.
On January 13, 1994, Tax Executives Institute submitted the following comments to the Internal Revenue Service concerning the treatment of certain distribution and handling costs for purposes of the uniform capitalization rules under section 263A of the Internal Revenue Code.
It also cuts handling costs in half because a 1000-lb gaylord of PET flake takes half the space of the equivalent in bales.