multiplant

multiplant

(ˈmʌltɪˌplɑːnt)
adj
comprising or involving more than one plant
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Tabela 9 Ranking do setor Financeiro e Outros Empresas 2010 2011 Escore Posiccao Escore Posiccao BM&FBovespa 2,8048 9 2,6021 12 Banco 2,0454 17 2,0913 19 Bradesco Sul America 2,0198 18 1,8843 23 Banco do 1,6382 28 0 52 Brasil Porto Seguro 1,4153 33 0 52 Itau Unibanco 1,4124 39 1,3382 44 Santander BR 0 52 0 52 Ultrapar 1,4598 32 1,5448 32 Banrisul 0 52 1,7849 25 Multiplant 1,2767 38 2,0353 21 Itausa 1,2666 34 1,1124 41 Valetron 1,3698 36 1,3863 40 Cielo 0 52 0 52 Iguatemi 0 52 0 52 BR Malls 0 52 0 52 Particip.
In [4], an integrated optimization model of supply chain functions in a multiplant, multiproduct, and multicustomer supply chain with deterministic demand is developed and formulated as a capacitated location, production, and distribution problem.
Studies of multiplant operations have found evidence of cost savings, which is consistent with the presence of economies of scope (and perhaps also economies of scale).
A particular case occurs if a complete plant of a multiplant company is closed and substituted for foreign intermediate inputs.
The End-of-Life Plastics-to-Diesel (ELPD) facility is the first of a multiplant project that will be established across sites in the UK.
Though Recurrent Energy's project would be the largest single solar facility in Texas, CPS Energy in San Antonio is planning a multiplant project that would dwarf it in total capacity.
Thus, the analysis here combines single-plant firms with multiplant firms.
As a practical matter, it is relatively uninteresting to simply frame the FDI issue as a neoclassical multiplant production cost minimization problem, or as a transaction cost minimization exercise.
Depending on the complexity of the processes involved, it may took like the chart of a one-plant small company; or it may Look like the chart of a multiplant, multidivision, industrial giant.
Having a laser focus on manufacturing efficiencies, and quickly incorporating new advances to drive costs lower as technologies improve, potentially with a multiplant strategy or working with FOB manufacturers that can convert existing capacity, could be another strategy to create value relative to other products in the therapeutic class.
Firm Growth and Scaling of Growth Rate Variance in Multiplant Firms, Economics Bulletin, 12 (9), 1-15.
2) It is usually argued that if a multiplant firm centralizes wage bargaining its bargaining power increases, since when its head bargains wages with the workers of one plant, it has the profits obtained in the firm's other plants as a disagreement payoff (see, Heywood and Peoples, 1994 or Mezzetti and Dinopoulos, 1991).