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|Minutes Count II
last weeks comments I want to focus on the old saying, “Time is
Money”. Each minute spent screening materials needs to be
multiplied by three(3). This is why. The screening plant uses
one(1), the loader uses one(1) and the operator uses one(1).
the screening plant costs $25 per hour, the loader costs $50 per hour
and the operator costs $20 per hour, the total is $95 per hour. If the
screening plant is capable of producing 50 cubic yards of screened
material at 100% operating efficiency, the screening cost per
yard is (95/50) $1.90.
If we use last weeks blog
example of 1/3 of the time spent screening product, that equals 16.66
cubic yards per hour of screened material at a cost of (95/16.66) or
I expect and trust that each and every one of my
readers is able to schedule and operate their projects at profitable
levels. Each of you, however, are competitors in this very tight market
and a slight efficiency edge may make the difference between landing a
job or missing the opportunity.
I also realize achieving 100% operating efficiency is next to impossible. I do believe though, that Orbital Action Screening will allow you to improve your efficiency levels and lower your select material costs for your jobs. See the Screening Secret.
cost of operating, not included above, is the hourly cost of operating
your company. It usually is called “overhead” and each company will
have a different amount of hourly overhead. A portion of this amount
will need to be added to your hourly screening operation costs.
Blog # 22
I will continue my
comments about the many advantages of Orbital Action Screening in my next Blog. Meanwhile, look over our Videos and Job Stories
to learn more about Orbital Action Screening. Our products, with their
user friendly features and high performance levels could take you into
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