• When The Rubber Hits The Road In - 2012
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Tired of not knowing………

  • What level of transport revenue generates a breakeven point?
  • What level of transport revenue will generate a decent profit and return on your sizable investment?
  • What your total transport costs are?
Tired of not having an accounting system that will tell you what your full cost of transport is…let alone a profit?

“When the Rubber Hits the Road in 2012”

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“When the Rubber Hits the Road in 2012” is about transport cost accounting and how to recover the full cost of transport including a sufficient net profit to receive a decent return on your invested capital. Just like the days prior to deregulation. Deregulation did away with the uniform system of cost accounts which served the industry for over 50 years. Now transport carriers “scratch their heads” trying to figure out their full cost of transport including a profit.

“When the Rubber Hits the Road in 2012” returns transport carriers to a new and improved system of managerial cost accounts that calculates the transport margins available for owners and managers to know when they reach a breakeven revenue point and are “in the money”…daily, monthly and yearly. The system of cost accounts is easy to setup and works. By using our system of costs accounts, coupled with current accurate and complete income statements on a per mile basis, you’ll be on your way to growing your business and reaching a solid return on your investment.

Key Financial Information Provided:

  • How to use just four key cost segments to know your full cost of transportation
  • How to record and accumulate over-the-road costs to yield transport margin dollars
  • How to generate sufficient transport margins dollars to generate targeted profits
  • How to calculate and improve empty mile costs and much more

Primary Goals:

  • Provide a new and improved uniform system of cost accounts to measure transport margins
  • Provide benchmarks for covering the three remaining key transport cost segments: fixed line haul, shop and general and administrative costs
  • Provide current, accurate and complete income statements that will help transport carriers determine rates that will cover their full cost of transport and target net profits that will return a fair and reasonable return on invested capital

Motor carrier transport is and will remain a utility industry, essential to our economy. The sole focus and purpose of this handbook is to provide transport carriers with the knowledge and tools needed to produce a fair and reasonable return on their invested capital.

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