Landed cost per unit is calculated by adding up the following:
Purchase price per unit is listed on the commercial invoice.
Freight cost per unit is determined by multiplying the total freight cost by the percentage of the “primary cost driver" that a given unit represents. If we do not have, for example, the volume of a unit when the primary cost driver is volume, we simply divide the total volume by the total number of units.
Primary cost drivers are as follows:
Duties per unit are determined based on the commercial invoice value of each unit type, as a portion of the total duties paid for products with that unit’s HTS code.
In other words: total duties per HTS code are apportioned by commercial invoice value per product, which is then further divided by the number of products of that type.
Landed cost per unit is one of the many metrics you may access from the Reports tab.
From the Reports tab, click Analytics.
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