Beach Cleaner Analysis

Beach Cleaner Analysis - maintenance and staff costs the...

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Katie L. Krampitz RPTS 209-501 February 18, 2008 Beach Cleaner Analysis To whom it may concern: The following suggestions for purchase, lease, manual or contract alternatives, of equipment are based upon maintenance and staffing costs over and eight year period. Based upon my findings, the least expensive alternative would be to purchase the equipment, after the initial equipment purchase, maintenance, and staff costs the grand total comes to $445,704.65. The second alternative is to lease the equipment for $11,150.00 a year, along with
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Unformatted text preview: maintenance and staff costs the total comes to $453,349.72. The third alternative is to manually do the work, after staffing costs the total comes to $483,379.88. The fourth and final alternative is to contract the labor out at an initial fee of $47,500.00, and the final cost totaling $491,002.09. In conclusion, the least expensive alternative is to purchase the equipment. 1 Katie L. Krampitz RPTS 209-501 February 18, 2008 Beach Cleaner Analysis To whom it may concern: The second 2...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course RPTS 209 taught by Professor Hodges during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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