engineering economic analysis

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Due Date: Thursday 10/18/18

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Due Date: Thursday 10/18/18


Chapter_10: 2) Case Study # 22 page 387: City Car

One-page report of your recommendations

3) Case Study # 23 Page 387: Washing Away


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Prof_karsis
School: New York University

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Engineering Economic Analysis

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Engineering Economic Analysis
Engineering Economic Analysis
City Car analysis
Based on these markups, there are three reasonable trends regarding the demand in the
market for the second generation that will justify the necessity to build the first generation. First,
the decision by customers to buy comfortable cars is complex. Personalization of the design
product is likely to be prevalent. Moreover, in the second generation, transparency will determine
relationship between car brand and customer. Therefore, I recommend that a high demand coupled
with at least one new dedicated facility with use. The decision by Joe Mercer to build an in-house
vehicle is a complex process but a decision must be made to first outsource part of the product
engineering. This is supposed to be follow by the vehicle manufacturer proceedings to a two paths
assembling in their own facilities. This decision is basically a ‘buy or make', which is a function
of cost and availability of equipment and tooling capabilities, capacity of the physical plant and
human skills required.
According to Mr. Mercer, it is not possible for the company to effectively compete with
U.S...

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