unit cost

NOUN
  1. calculated cost for a given unit of a product
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How To Use unit cost In A Sentence

  • The enlarged business would give them more scope to cut unit costs further, making it easier to cope with continuing price deflation. Times, Sunday Times
  • That's because falling unit costs increase the profit margin on each good or service sold.
  • The third alternative is to produce a commodity at a lower unit cost than anyone else can.
  • You may purchase quantities at unit cost, plus the applicable sales tax for your shipping address.
  • Besides higher labor-unit costs, AMR's aging fleet guzzled fuel and put off customers, bleeding market share to newly consolidated rivals. American Airlines Takes Evasive Action
  • He paid, but called me later and said the per unit cost didn't work out to what he thought.
  • Up until the final months I considered it relatively good value for my entertainment and edification dollar: a few hours' worth of amusement provided every two weeks at a unit cost of less than a toonie.
  • The unit cost function represents marginal and average costs.
  • Increased scale will allow the co-op to drive down unit costs across their branded and own-label product lines.
  • In the transportation field, taxis and the most basic commodity of all, fuel, are based on unit cost prices.
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