Modes of Transportation. By John Hancey Supply 361. Introduction. “...freight transportation is vital to the Nation's economy. At any given moment, billions of dollars' worth of goods are being moved by truck, train, ship, or barge, or held in a yard for transport or distribution.”
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Scott Johnson, Reliability in logistics is Key to global market, Public Road Magazine
Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, February 2002
You have received a report that your company’s new
Gazogle toy is outselling the company’s highest
expectation in the mid-west region. Store
managers in the mid-west are demanding another
shipment of Gazogle before the holiday season to
replenish their low inventory levels. As the
company’s logistic manager, you need to figure out
the cheapest method to transport the Gazogle from the
factories in China to Chicago. You must also ensure the toys
reach the mid-west stores prior to the holiday
season, which is 18 days away.