We’ve gained a lot of expertise over the years, especially when it comes to costing of various products in manufacturing environments. Our expertise spans both assembly costing, which is what regular process manufacturers use, and disassembly costing, which is used most often in the meat, dairy and produce industries when you are taking goods apart.
Why it’s Important:
Costing of disassembled products and goods is one of the major challenges that management at a disassembly manufacturing facility faces. Costing is very important in the process of finding out what products and customers are profitable.
Why it’s so hard:
When you put a finished good together, you know how much each raw material cost you and how much it cost to put the finished good together, so you know how much it cost in total. When you are taking something apart however, you end up with a bunch of different finished goods, maybe even some waste product, which then need costs allocated to them from the original raw material cost. There is no perfect way to allocate the costs, so you have to choose between a variety of methods, and choose the one that’s right for you.
Free White Paper:
We created a white paper based on our knowledge and experience serving the industries, to help everyone to accurately cost their disassembled products. Fill out the form below and we will send you the entire 10-page paper by email so you can use it to learn about the variety of costing options available and decide if one of the 8 costing methods discussed work for your business.
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