Surcharge surprises

Putzger, Ian
December 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);12/22/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 51, p28
Reports on the objections of several executives of U.S. shippers and forwarders to cargo airlines' handling of fuel and security surcharges. Complaints of John Mascaritolo, director of global logistics at NCR Corp., about the effect of fuel surcharges on the planning of transportation budget; Views of Bob Scribner, senior manager of global logistics at Fairchild Semiconductor, on the purpose of fuel and security surcharges; Comment of Howard Jones of Scandinavian Airlines System on the imposition of the surcharges.


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