I was an accounting major in college, and your description below is reminding me of the nightmare of "Process Cost Accounting." For each line you show below, I'm thinking, "Debit A, Credit B," then, "Debit B, Credit C," then "Debit C, Credit D...." Oh yeah then you have to apply the overhead in a percentage carefully calculated...... And at year end you have to calculate if overhead was underapplied or over applied....... YAAAACCCKKKKK!!!!!!
Glad I was a Federal Auditor. Didn't have to DO the accounting, just audit it. HEE HEE HEE!
Originally Posted by bclemens
1. It's an assembly line process so it's a little tricky. We can fit maybe 30 units in the building at once? roughly. But we only technically schedule/build 16 a day right now.
2. It's only on the assembly line about 2 days. But chassis stretch is done at another building, it feeds into the line and two days later it exits the line. It still may need painted (which can take 2-4 weeks). Rain tested and other QC stuff.