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Which of the following shipment modes is the most prone to packaging and product damage?
When importing goods such as fruit and produce into the United States (U.S.), which government
agency is responsible for protecting agriculture from harmful pests and diseases?
A. Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)
B. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
C. US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
D. Farm Service Agency (FSA)
Under what circumstances should management generally consider utilizing qualitative forecasting
A. When real-time data flow is available
B. When historic data is both clear and relatively stable
C. When developing strategic-level forecasts
D. When demand is dependent on bill of material (BOM) calculations
A carrier's costs are driven by equipment movement rather than shipment weight Which of the
following rates would be most appropriate for the carrier to utilize in charging its customers?
A. Incentive rates
B. Any-quantity rates
C. Freight all kind (FAK) rates
D. Per-car and per-truckload rates
A customer is looking to purchase product from a company. Which of the following outputs of
outbound order management would the customer consider primary?
A. Order cycle time
B. Logistics operations responsiveness
C. Postsale logistics support
D. Product availability