The following are details of an invoice from a foreign
supplier of goods:
20 pieces of item X @ $ 20 per piece $ 400
20 pieces of item Y @ $ 5 per piece 100
Total $ 460
Total cost of above shipment of goods is Dh 2,300 which is
made up of Dh. 2,070
representing cost of transferring the above invoice amount
of $460 and the balance of Dh 230 represents other direct
You are required to calculate the landed cost in Dirhams
for ONE PIECE of item X.
Answer / h.r. sreepada bhagi
One way is to load the charges on the basis of value. In
that case Apportion Dh 230/- in the ratio of 400 : 100
between products 'X & Y'. It will be Dh.184/- for 'X' &
Dh.46/- for 'Y'. landed cost will be Dh.92/- for 'X' &
Dh.23/- for 'Y'. - Total landed cost will be : 20 units of
'X' is Dh.1840/- & 20 units of 'Y' is Dh.460/-
In case the weight of the products are the same, then
freight can be apportioned on the basis of weight.
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