Because of their convenience, widespread use of the tags is expected, but their high manufacturing cost is an obstacle at present.
What does MC stand for?
MC stands for Manufacturing Cost
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 266 other meanings of MC in our Acronym Attic
- Management Consultant
- Management Control
- Management Council
- Management/Message Code
- Manchester City
- Manchester College (North Manchester, Indiana)
- Mandaluyong City (Philippines)
- Maneuver Control
- Manual Control
- Manufacturing Control
Samples in periodicals archive:
This result indicates that the mills are relatively high cost producers, with manufacturing cost approaching US$ 270 per short ton.
5x11" high-resolution printers versus Hewlett-Packard's printer designs, and controller cost-savings that average between 40-to-50% ($150-$250) of the overall controller manufacturing cost.
Currently in the prototype stage, when fully analyzed and safety tested, management believes this new manufacturing process will substantially reduce manufacturing cost and time.
The Phase I project will be conducted over the next six months to define processing parameters that produce an optimized sorbent at the lowest manufacturing cost.
When the sum of an asset's capital cost and manufacturing cost exceeds the price, the asset falls to the right of the price line and the asset is destroying value.
ECD plans to meet these objectives by: 1) extending its unique roll-to-roll manufacturing technology to produce photovoltaic modules with 11 percent stable efficiency utilizing ECD's triple-junction spectrum splitting amorphous silicon alloy technology; 2) reducing manufacturing costs through the utilization of ECD's high deposition rate technologies, including microwave plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition; 3) increasing production throughput; and 4) reducing material and labor costs.
was the first company to commercialize Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DFMA) methodologies and software tools, which make it possible to evaluate, estimate, and reduce the manufacturing cost of a product in the design phase through product simplification and cost estimation.