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A factory engaged in manufacturing plastic toys working at 40% capacity and produces 10,000 buckets. The present cost breakup for one bucket is as under: Material cost 10 Labour cost 3 Overheads 5 (60% fixed) Selling price 20 If it is decided to work the factory at 50% capacity the selling price falls by 3%. At 90% capacity the selling price falls by 5% accompanied by a similar fall in the prices of material. You are required to calculate profit and BEP at 50% and 90% capacities.
Two manufacturing co.s which have the following operating details (Rs. In lakhs) co.1 co.2 Capacity utilisaton 90% 60% Sales 540 300 Variable cost 396 225 Fixed cost 80 50 Assuming merging proposal is implemented calculate Break even sales of the merged plant & capacity utilisation at that stage? Profitability of the merged plant at 80% capacity. Sales turnover of the merged plant to earn a profit of Rs.75 lakhs?
A,B and C are three similar plants under the same mgt who want them to merge for better operation. (Rs. In lakhs) Plant A B C Capacity utilisation 100% 70% 50% Turnover 300 280 150 Variable cost 200 210 75 Fixed cost 70 50 62 Find out Capacity of the merged plant for break even Profit at 75% capacity of the merged plant. Turnover from the merged plant to give a profit of Rs.28 lakhs.
A ltd have an installed capacity of 5000 tractors p.a. they are presently operating at 35% of capacity. For the coming year the budget is as follows: (Rs. In crores) Production/sales 4000 units Direct materials 8.00 Direct wages 0.60 Factory expenses 0.80 Administrative expenses 0.20 Selling expenses 0.20 Profit 1.00 Factory exp and selling exp are variable to the extent of 20%. Calculate break even capacity utilisation percentage.
Due to industrial depression a plant is running at present at 50% of its capacity. The cost per unit are: Direct material 20 Direct labour 10 Variable overhead 30 Fixed overhead 20 Production p.m. 20,000 units Total cost of production 16,00,000 Sales value 14,00,000 Loss -2,00,000 An exporter offers to buy 5000 units p.m.at the rate of Rs.65 per unit. Whether co. should accept the
A factory is currently working at 50% capacity and produces 10,000 units. The unit cost are Direct material 100 Direct labour 30 Factory overhead 30(40%fixed) Administrative overhead 20(50%fixed) Selling price 200 If the capacity is increased to 60 the raw material cost will increase by 2% and selling price falls by 2%. At 80% capacity raw material cost increases by 5% and selling price falls by 5%. You are required to work out the total cost and profit for the three capacity levels?