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Activity-Based Fab Cost-of-Ownership Modelling for Prediction and Optimization of Profitability

01 December 1999 | By Mark Osborne | White Papers > Edition 10, Cleanroom

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TONY WELLS & JULIE PADDON, M+W Zander Facility Management UK Ltd, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

In the quest for improved capital effectiveness,combined with cost and risk reduction within the semiconductor manufacturing industry, the fab cost of ownership model described in this article has been conceived. It provides a comprehensive management tool to maximize return on investment, understand the detailed cost base and look for best-practice processes through benchmarking.
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