|Exam Name||:||Certification in Logistics- Transportation and Distribution|
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Which of the following ships are specifically designed to carry ISO shipping containers?
Roll-om/roll-off (RORO) vessel
A logistics manager is asked to perform a total cost analysis for the organization. Which of the following trade-offs is critical to consider?
Inventory carrying costs vs. production costs
Distribution costs vs. order processing costs
Transportation costs vs. inventory carrying costs
landed costs vs. production costs
A company calculating shipping volume in unit load device containers is focusing on which mode of transportation?
A warehouse manager is performing an ABC segmentation of the products in the warehouse. Based on the three items shown below, what is the correct warehouse segmentation for these items from the warehouse manager's perspective?
D. = Product Z, B = Product X, C = Product Y
D. A = Product Z, = Product X, C = Product Y
D. A = Product Z, B = Product X, = Product Y
A = Product Z, B = Product X, C = Product Y
A motor carrier is in a dispute with a customer over who is responsible for unloading for unloading goods at the customer's location. Which of the following documents would be used to resolve the dispute?
Bill of lading (B/L)
Domestic terms of sale
Which of the following sets of elements are the major components of inventory carrying cost?
Capital, storage space, inventory service, transportation
Storage space, inventory service, inventory risk, transportation
Capital, storage space, inventory service, inventory risk
Capital, storage space, inventory service, distribution
Which of the following terms refers to an integrated approach of simultaneously selling to consumers through multiple distribution channels?
Airfreight companies often use dimensional (dim) weight to cost out shipments because of which of the following attributes of the product?
Which of the following supply chain risk management maturity model attributes provides visibility to impending disruptions and enables the establishment of effective, preventive, and mitigation plans?
A logistics manager seeks total integration of components that are essential to achieve stated objectives. Which of the following frameworks would be best to implement?
System concepts and analysis
Total cost of ownership (TCO)
Lean six sigma concepts
Network inventory cost minimization
The task that best describes the value proposition offered by freight forwarders is that they:
act as agents for domestic firms in international markets, primarily obtaining orders for their clients' products.
export goods and services and locates overseas buyers on their clients' behalf.
consolidate shipments from various customers and offer lower transportation rates.
operate under power of attorney from the shipper to pay all import duties and are ultimately liable for unpaid duties.
Stockout frequency refers to:
the probability that a firm will not have inventory available to meet customer orders.
a single event where a firm will not have inventory available to meet customer orders.
the cost of sales that a firm will have when insufficient inventory is available to meet customer orders.
the percentage of days in which inventory necessary to meet customer orders is missing.
Which of the following modes of transportation is typically associated with detention charges?
Which of the following theories is illustrated in the list below? Stage 1: A new product is created to fill a domestic need and produced locally. Stage 3: The newly created product is offered to international customers. Stage 4: International customers develop expertise and offer the product at a lower cost to the original country.
International product life cycle theory
Porter's cluster theory
Sheffi's logistics cluster theory
Theory of Comparative Advantage