Operating cost


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Operating cost

The cost of operating a device or building; including energy, maintenance, and repairs.
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With low operating costs and a commitment towards enhancing cloud infrastructure, tech entrepreneurs have found a welcoming environment to devote their time and resources to what they love most - innovation - in Bahrain.
Although tourism workers said operating costs are very high during this period compared to before the 25 January Revolution, they said the situation differs from one place to another, whereby the cost of the hotels located in Cairo is different from those located in remote areas, such as Dahab, Marsa Alam, Taba, or Nuweiba.
Besides Sioux Falls, other regions ranking low in operating costs are Montreal, $8.5 million; Shreveport, La., $8.6 million; and Norman, Okla., $8.7 million.
According to MGMA survey results, better performing practices have more staff and higher operating costs and better performers get a higher return on their human resources.
Where an employer pays only the fixed operating costs, such as license and insurance, and does not pay for gasoline consumed in driving a car for personal use, the $0.12 rate is unrealistic and the employee could be taxed on a benefit amount greater than the actual operating costs paid by the employer.
This comparison showed that unallowable costs included in the submitted cost reports averaged 2.98 percent of total operating costs per discharge.
In 2008 the company has produced 308,802 ounces of gold at a cash operating cost of CAD257 per ounce.
There is a solution to almost every material handling need enabling the use of an electric-driven material handler to reduce the operating cost. Every cent saved on the diesel bill can mean another cent in your pocket.
By addressing the drivers of working capital, in fact, a company is sure to reap significant operating cost and customer service improvement.
Yet based on three month-long rentals per year, that same machine would have an operating cost of only about $1,800, for an annual savings of $3,600.
A polyelectrolyte system, ATC + CS + APAM, appeared to be the most cost effective, but the operating cost doubles when conditions are optimized to improve drainage.
The study analyzed operating cost data for calendar year 2002, a period when operators were, as now, enjoying strong commodity prices.

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