Cost component, Cost Accounting

Identify the individual cost components and the total cost of delivering the product from supplier to retailer.   Identify each cost in terms of the incremental addition to the product cost (Hint:  Express your answers in terms of cost per pound-not total cost).  Present your findings in the table below using 4 significant digits.  Yes, some of these may be very small numbers --- but why might that be important?

Identified Cost

Cost per Pound


1.       Original unit price


Given in the case.

2.       Ocean Freight charge

































13. General and Administrative fees



Total Landed Cost                       (Sum of 1-13 above)








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