RFS Restructures Cable Pricing
Meriden, CT - Jan 22, 2007 - Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has modified its transmission line pricing structure in an effort to reduce its customers' administrative burden. Previously, customers were required to identify raw material surcharges (RMSC) as a separate line item, which was subject to quarterly revisions. Now the company will present net prices to include the RMSC.
The RMSC was separately charged because of the fluctuating price of raw materials. RFS states the practice was necessary to ensure continued quality of supply and to partially offset the cost effect on transmission line products. According to RFS, although raw material pricing remains at a high level, it stabilized considerably toward the end of 2006.
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