Revenue Ton Mile
Revenue ton miles are an important determinant of profit in the transportation industry. In order to come out ahead, a transportation firm must be able to make a profit per mile on the freight that is shipped. Revenue ton miles are similar conceptually to revenue passenger miles, the measure employed by the airlines.
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