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            Cost Benchmarking is a good way to compare your costs with the rivals’ ones or with average by industry. This type of benchmarking refers to a wide range of cost metrics – like prices for raw materials, labor cost, utility expenses, outsourcing fees, etc.

            ICG Consulting has large experience in making Expense Benchmarking – as standalone projects and as part of company study and consulting job. We provide Expense Benchmarking services with a wide range of options:

            1. By target:
            • OPEX?benchmarking
            • CAPEX?benchmarking (i.e. comparison of the investment costs such as purchase of new assets, land, patents, etc.)
            • OPEX?structure benchmarking (i.e. comparison of the percentage held with let’s say labor costs in total expenses)?
            • Inbound price benchmarking (i.e. comparison of prices paid let’s say for particular raw materials)
            1. By expense element:
            • Costs for raw materials (including raw materials price benchmarking)
            • Labor costs (that covers comparison for salaries, remunerations, bonuses, etc.)
            • Utility costs (including utility price benchmarking)
            • Asset depreciation costs
            • Repair and maintenance costs
            • Outsourcing service costs
            • Tax expenses
            1. By cost level:
            • Direct costs
            • Indirect costs
            • Manufacturing expenses
            • Marketing and sale expenses
            • Full expenses
            1. By geography:
            • Nationwide single-site expenses (i.e. comparison of costs with let’s say plant A and plant B located in the same country)
            • International single-site expenses (i.e. comparison of costs with let’s say plant A and plant B located in different countries)
            • Nationwide multi-site expenses (i.e. comparison of costs with let’s say company A – that has 3 plants in a particular country – with company B that has 2 plants in the same country)
            • International multi-site expenses (i.e. comparison of costs with let’s say company A – that has 3 plants globally – with company B that has 2 plants in other countries)
            1. By time factor:
            • Past costs
            • Current costs
            • Planned and projected costs
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