CPK(cost per Km) is used worldwide. Transporters in Southern Africa use it to refer to what the truck gets paid per km loaded. Johannesburg to Harare is paid a minimum of R32 000, total for Tri axles, and is an 1121km route. 32000÷1121=R28,54 cpk.
To estimate the fuel cost for a trip you need the trip distance, cost of fuel per liter, and the vehicle’s average fuel consumption. In other words: Divide the total distance (km) by 100. Now multiply the answer by the average fuel consumption, and then multiply this number by the price of fuel (per liter).
Johannesburg to Harare is paid a minimum of R32 000, the total for Tri axles, and is an 1121km route.32000÷1121=R28,54 cpk.
Backload from Harare is US$1000/R14 000 average.
Making it 14000÷1121=R12, 48 cpk. 28,54+12,48=41,02.41,02÷2=20,51 cpk.
So at a turnover of (32000+14000 =R46000)÷(1121×2=2242km) ..a cross-border truck can generate 3 round trips a month edging to R46000X3=R138 000.Now subtract costs include (installments), insurances(Truck insurance, and GIT), fuel, driver trip bonus, driver allowances including food, salaries, tolls, border fees, license, and border delays.
Compare to your turnover on local loads which generally has low cpk but high reliable volume. One could calculate profitability based on turnover vs costs per km depending on the route.
Average Transport Cost Per KM In South Africa
What does CPK mean in transport?
Cost per kilometer contracts is tired supply contracts offered to transport operators.
Under these contracts, tires are charged, usually monthly, to the transport operator based on the number of kilometers traveled by their fleet.
How much does South Africa charge per km?
“Simply put, the I-Pace costs around 44 cents to drive per kilometer if charged at home and using the national household average of around R2 per unit of electricity.”
The cost per kilometer of petrol and diesel vehicles involves an ever-changing formula given the volatile price of fuel in South Africa.
How is delivery cost per km calculated in South Africa?
Below is How To Calculate CPK In Transport In South Africa
CPK(cost per Km) is used worldwide. Transporters in Southern Africa use it to refer to what the truck gets paid per km loaded.
Johannesburg to Harare is paid a minimum of R32 000, total for Tri axles, and is an 1121km route. 32000÷1121=R28,54 cpk.
The cost per kilometer is one of the most important parameters to reduce the operating costs of transport companies.
Through this control, the company can evaluate its investment in the pneumatic item (second highest cost in the fleet) and thus reduce costs through products with better performance.
What are the rates per km 2021 South Africa?
Prescribed rate per kilometer: The prescribed rate per kilometer used for reimbursee travel allowance for 2021/2022 will decreased from R3. 98 to R3. 82.