Submitted by webmaster on Thu, 2018-07-26 11:40
The inverse of Load Factor, defined as: Peak volume transported (sold) / Average volume transported (sold) Expressed as a percentage. Thus a load factor of 60% is a swing of 167%. Often used to describe the flexibility of supplies over a year.
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