Posted by: petibec | 22 April, 2009

REPORT:2003’s PROFITS FROM LONDON, LEEDS & BRISTOL FACTORIES.

PROFITS FROM LONDON, LEEDS AND BRISTOL IN 2003

This report outlines the profits made by three factories during 2003 as well as considering staffing levels in this period.

Starting from the lowest to the highest profits achieved the analysis reveals that:


– The London factory, with 150 workers, maintained regular earnings at $3,8 million, just standing out in the 2nd quarter, when it reaches a peak at $4,1 million.
– The Leeds factory, comprising 350 workers, has proved the most stable. It has generated profits of $8 million except for a slight drop to $7,8 million in the 3rd quarter.
– The Bristol factory experienced a consecutive drop in profits. Being the largest factory with 600 workers, it suffered a decrease from $12 million in the 1st quarter to 9 million at the end of the year.

This report concludes that although the Bristol plant is still the most profitable, it has fallen behind compared to Leeds and London plants, which keep on balance. It can be observed that in the last quarter it is only one million ahead of Leeds.

It is recommended to study the causes that have led profits in Bristol to decline.

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  1. Well done Rebeca. I can see that you took your time to write this report.


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