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Industrial Location Analysis Typically Attempts Toa. Reduce Costsb. Maximize Salesc. Focus More On Human Resourcesd. Be Environmentally Friendly
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Industrial location analysis typically attempts toa. reduce costsb. maximize salesc. focus more on human resourcesd. be environmentally friendly
Service location decisions typically attempt toa. minimize costsb. consider global implicationsc. decrease labor costsd. be environmentally friendlye. none of the above
A location decision for an appliance manufacturer would tend to have a(an)a. cost focusb. labor focusc. revenue focusd. environmental focuse. education focus
A location decision for a traditional department store (Macy"s) would tend to have a(n)a. cost focusb. labor focusc. revenue focusd. environmental focus
In location planning, environmental regulations, cost and availability of utilities, and taxes area. global factorsb. country factorsc. regional/community factorsd. site-related factorse. none of the above
Which of the following is usually not one of the top considerations in choosing a manufacturinglocation?a. availability of labor and labor productivityb. exchange ratesc. attitude of governmental unitsd. zoning regulationse. entertainment opportunities
When making a location decision at the country level, which of these would be considered?a. corporate desiresb. land/construction costsc. air, rail, highway, waterway systemsd. zoning restrictionse. location of markets
Which of these factors would be considered when making a location decision at theregion/community level?a. government rules, attitudes, stability, incentivesb. cultural and economic issuesc. zoning restrictionsd. environmental impact issuese. proximity to raw materials and customers
When making a location decision at the region/community level, which of these would beconsidered?a. government rules, attitudes, stability, incentivesb. cultural and economic issuesc. cost and availability of utilitiesd. zoning restrictionse. air, rail, highway, waterway systems
Which of these factors would be considered when making a location decision at the site level?a. government rules, attitudes, stability, incentivesb. cultural and economic issuesc. zoning regulationsd. cost and availability of utilitiese. proximity to raw materials and customers
Tangible costs include which of the following?a. climatic conditionsb. availability of public transportationc. taxesd. quality and attitude of prospective employeese. zoning regulations
Intangible costs include which of the following?a. quality of prospective employeesb. quality of educationc. availability of public transportationd. all of the above
Community attitudes, zoning restrictions, and quality of labor force are likely to be considered inwhich of the following location decision methods?a. transportation methodb. locational break-even analysisc. center-of-gravity methodd. simulatione. factor rating method
Which of the following methods best considers intangible costs related to a location decision?a. crossover methodsb. locational break-even analysisc. factor rating analysisd. the transportation methode. the assignment method
Evaluating location alternatives by comparing their composite (weighted-average) scores involvesa. factor rating analysisb. cost-volume analysisc. transportation model analysisd. linear regression analysise. crossover analysis


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