Prasert said the most-affected industry is the textiles sector whose capital cost
Typical reasons for variations in per-tonne steel sector capital costs
This would cover pay-and- display running costs and pay back the capital cost
of introducing the new system within a year.
A new molding line plus a new sand plant can ramp up costs such that PSC can reduce capital costs
to one-third of green sand.
per daily barrel in Iraq is the lowest in the world, due to the existence of infrastructure, spare production capacity and proximity to storage and transportation facilities.
For thinner preforms, the cycle-time benefit won't justify the added capital cost
This information quantifies the extent to which capital costs
are more variable than operating costs.
A procedure to estimate operating and capital costs
for each provider (capital costs
are converted to annual costs by assuming that the physician takes a loan and pays principal and interest charges).
As a fully managed service, ScanSafe's solutions require no hardware, no upfront capital costs
and no maintenance.
The capital costs
are the assets that make the office building a functioning piece of real estate.
Since capital costs
for wind power projects are very high, front-end capital costs
because of environmental assessments, approvals, building foundations, erecting of towers and turbines, and connecting transmission lines, projects cannot be financed on the basis of the Ontario's fluctuating electricity spot market, Boileau says.
Such a model would reduce the capital costs
of the equipment required for chemical recovery and energy production, while ensuring cleaner air and cleaner water from the pulp mill.