# Case Study 11-1 Supply Chain FTL LTL issues Questions

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Answer questions 1 to 7 of Case 11-1 in a 3-4 page, APA formatted paper:

1. How many style A shades can be loaded into an intermodal container?
2. How many style B shades can be loaded into an intermodal container?
3. How many style C shades can be loaded into an intermodal container?
4. What are the total costs of delivering the style A shades to the port of importation?
5. What are the total costs of delivering the style B shades to the port of importation?
6. What are the total costs of delivering the style C shades to the port of importation?
7. Which style would you recommend? Why?

Consider FTL and LTL issues with the shipments.

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Question 1
Style A shades are cylindrical with a height of 11 inches and a diameter of 11 inches.
These shades were packed into boxes measuring 12 inches by 12 inches by 12 inches. Moreover,
the boxes containing the shades are the ones that were loaded into an intermodal container
measuring 8 feet wide, 40 feet long, and 8.5 feet high. To determine the number of style A
shades that can be loaded into an intermodal container, we make sure that all the dimensions are
in the same units. In this case, the dimensions of an intermodal container are 96 inches by 480
inches by 102 inches (1 feet = 12 inches). Therefore, the number of style A shades that can be
loaded into an intermodal container is calculated as:
Number of Style A shades = (96*480*102...

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