The published articles are meant to primarily educate the students in printing to supplement their knowledge in the field of Printing. These are not simple Glossary of printing terms, but to the extent possible every term has been explained in brief so that it can be of some use to the students who appear in some sort of examinations and interviews.
I served the Printing Industry for over 40 years
in various capacities, a major part in an Security Printing Organization. In order not to waste the printing and paper related knowledge which I gained over years, I decided to keep them in public domain for the reason stated in prepara. Most of the illustrations - over 90% - have been generated by me to explain the terms suitably.
While I am not sure to what extent the published content will help, if the content is going to be of use to some one in some manner, I will be greatly satisfied.
Your views may be sent to me (
nrj_1945@yahoo.com) for my record and correction wherever needed.

TOTAL NO OF PRINTING TERMS

POSTED TILL NOVEMBER, 2012

- Over 400 terms-

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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Organization and Management Project or Feasibility reports - 6

Organization and Management

Project or  Feasibility reports

Part-VI

(Written by  N. R.  Jayaraman)


How do the product rates are calculated and reflected in the reports?
Generally the following formula, which is an illustrative model is adapted. These may undergo some changes depending on the type and structure of Organizations.
Cost analysis- Fixing up the initial sales price by approximation method for the product However the actual costing will be done based on actual consumption later.
Cost Analysis


How do the machine hourly rates calculated and reflected ? Generally the following formula, which is an illustrative model per machine is adapted.

Machine Hourly rates  

The above calculation is only a suggestive figure for ex no of production targeted per day. However if the production goes up within the same stipulated hours the recovery period or break even point of the investment will fall down drastically by several years below 10 years anticipated. Depending upon the mass consumption products, and high sale value products the manufacturers may keep high margin of profit and recover the cost in less than 5 years.
One question may be asked. whether the low cost machineries and equipments will be worked out in the same manner and cost recovered in 10 years as suggested above? No the manufacturers keep high margin of profit and recover the cost in less than 5 years.
.........To be continued

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