Hidden Costs of Sawing Cut into Profitability

November 2010
Metal Center News;Nov2010 Supplement, p10
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the ways in getting the best return on investment in sewing equipment and the means to add value to products and services. It includes the initiative to have quicker deliveries, better packaging, and inventorying customer-specific products. It notes expense criteria should be considered such as cost per cut and the number of generated scrap. It notes that a properly designed material-handling system can add real value to a sawing operation's profitability.


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