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Feb-2019

# Statistical Calculation Considerations for Contract selection.

Quote from J_fix2 on May 8, 2019, 11:34 pmCargo Weight (lbs): 1,160,000

Estimated Loads: 29

Deadline: 16-05-2019 at 11:30:01 AM

Penalty: $5,800.00Edit, for more accuracy

[168/12000000]/{[(40000)(1)]/24} = 4.287

The sum of hours available divided by the sum of weight to be delivered divided by the sum of the average load multiplied by the number of trucks. divided by 24 hours, equals trucks necessary.

{[(40,000)(1)/24]168}=x, where x equals the weight one truck can deliver in 168 hours.

280000=x

240000, with 144 hours*

One should calculate at 144 hours to allow time for moving from the previous destination before contract.

Cargo Weight (lbs): 1,160,000

Estimated Loads: 29

Deadline: 16-05-2019 at 11:30:01 AM

Penalty: $5,800.00

Edit, for more accuracy

[168/12000000]/{[(40000)(1)]/24} = 4.287

The sum of hours available divided by the sum of weight to be delivered divided by the sum of the average load multiplied by the number of trucks. divided by 24 hours, equals trucks necessary.

{[(40,000)(1)/24]168}=x, where x equals the weight one truck can deliver in 168 hours.

280000=x

240000, with 144 hours*

One should calculate at 144 hours to allow time for moving from the previous destination before contract.

Quote from NTurn427 on May 9, 2019, 12:24 amQuote from J_fix2 on May 8, 2019, 11:34 pmCargo Weight (lbs): 1,160,000

Estimated Loads: 29

Deadline: 16-05-2019 at 11:30:01 AM

Penalty: $5,800.00Hours available deadline subtracted from consignment day (lets say 10/5/2019)

vague calc six months, 30days and 24 hours in those days. 324 hours available.-If all our seven drivers were to work on one contract it would be

41000 41000 40000 40000 41000 41000 40000

/7 = 70,302 average haul capacity.-40000/55mph/2(*for off on cycle) is 1454 pds/hr/per truck. 1454pds/hr x 7(OR LESS) is 10,178pds/hr company haulage rate* Single truck at average speed (55mph) and haul capacity (40000).

Total pds to be delivered (1160000) divided the number of Trucks T(1454) sum is 113 hrs that the company can complete the contract in.Note FIST company haul capacity is 2908, because you people don't do your runs.

So, 1160000/2908 = 398hrs. ALTERNATE POINT IF THE MATH WENT OVER YOUR HEAD YOUR PARTICIPATION COUNTS.What?

Quote from J_fix2 on May 8, 2019, 11:34 pm

Estimated Loads: 29

Deadline: 16-05-2019 at 11:30:01 AM

Penalty: $5,800.00Hours available deadline subtracted from consignment day (lets say 10/5/2019)

vague calc six months, 30days and 24 hours in those days. 324 hours available.-If all our seven drivers were to work on one contract it would be

41000 41000 40000 40000 41000 41000 40000

/7 = 70,302 average haul capacity.-40000/55mph/2(*for off on cycle) is 1454 pds/hr/per truck. 1454pds/hr x 7(OR LESS) is 10,178pds/hr company haulage rate* Single truck at average speed (55mph) and haul capacity (40000).

Total pds to be delivered (1160000) divided the number of Trucks T(1454) sum is 113 hrs that the company can complete the contract in.Note FIST company haul capacity is 2908, because you people don't do your runs.

So, 1160000/2908 = 398hrs. ALTERNATE POINT IF THE MATH WENT OVER YOUR HEAD YOUR PARTICIPATION COUNTS.

What?

Quote from J_fix2 on May 9, 2019, 3:47 pmQuote from NTurn427 on May 9, 2019, 12:24 amQuote from J_fix2 on May 8, 2019, 11:34 pm

Estimated Loads: 29

Deadline: 16-05-2019 at 11:30:01 AM

Penalty: $5,800.00Hours available deadline subtracted from consignment day (lets say 10/5/2019)

vague calc six months, 30days and 24 hours in those days. 324 hours available.-If all our seven drivers were to work on one contract it would be

41000 41000 40000 40000 41000 41000 40000

/7 = 70,302 average haul capacity.-40000/55mph/2(*for off on cycle) is 1454 pds/hr/per truck. 1454pds/hr x 7(OR LESS) is 10,178pds/hr company haulage rate* Single truck at average speed (55mph) and haul capacity (40000).

Total pds to be delivered (1160000) divided the number of Trucks T(1454) sum is 113 hrs that the company can complete the contract in.Note FIST company haul capacity is 2908, because you people don't do your runs.

So, 1160000/2908 = 398hrs. ALTERNATE POINT IF THE MATH WENT OVER YOUR HEAD YOUR PARTICIPATION COUNTS.What?

Good to see you don't understand. And do it out of ignorance (you; WHAT(re; failing contracts maliciously)

Quote from NTurn427 on May 9, 2019, 12:24 amQuote from J_fix2 on May 8, 2019, 11:34 pm

Estimated Loads: 29

Deadline: 16-05-2019 at 11:30:01 AM

Penalty: $5,800.00

vague calc six months, 30days and 24 hours in those days. 324 hours available.

41000 41000 40000 40000 41000 41000 40000

/7 = 70,302 average haul capacity.-

Total pds to be delivered (1160000) divided the number of Trucks T(1454) sum is 113 hrs that the company can complete the contract in.

So, 1160000/2908 = 398hrs. ALTERNATE POINT IF THE MATH WENT OVER YOUR HEAD YOUR PARTICIPATION COUNTS.What?

Good to see you don't understand. And do it out of ignorance (you; WHAT(re; failing contracts maliciously)

Quote from J_fix2 on May 28, 2019, 4:41 pmQuote from J_fix2 on May 8, 2019, 11:34 pm

Estimated Loads: 29

Deadline: 16-05-2019 at 11:30:01 AM

Penalty: $5,800.00Edit, for more accuracy

[168/12000000]/{[(40000)(1)]/24} = 4.287

The sum of hours available divided by the sum of weight to be delivered divided by the sum of the average load multiplied by the number of trucks. divided by 24 hours, equals trucks necessary.

{[(40,000)(1)/24]168}=x, where x equals the weight one truck can deliver in 168 hours.

280000=x

240000, with 144 hours*

One should calculate at 144 hours to allow time for moving from the previous destination before contract.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Price%27s_model

Cut the goal in half.

Quote from J_fix2 on May 8, 2019, 11:34 pm

Estimated Loads: 29

Deadline: 16-05-2019 at 11:30:01 AM

Penalty: $5,800.00Edit, for more accuracy

[168/12000000]/{[(40000)(1)]/24} = 4.287

{[(40,000)(1)/24]168}=x, where x equals the weight one truck can deliver in 168 hours.

280000=x

240000, with 144 hours*

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Price%27s_model

Cut the goal in half.