Translation of cost-plus in Spanish:

cost-plus

de costo más margen, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkɔstˌpləs/

adjective

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    (contract/pricing) de costo más margen
    (contract/pricing) de coste más margen Spain
    • Like most of the contracts awarded, it is structured on a cost-plus basis, meaning the more the company incurs in costs the more profit it makes.
    • The government would fund the railways on a cost-plus basis for four years while the company got to grips with its costs and management structure.
    • The purchase of that financially strapped firm would expand their foothold in environmental cleanups and in long-term government cost-plus services.
    • In the lecture he also examined the notions of cost and cost accounting in relation to the pricing of cost-plus contracts during the second World War.
    • By limiting the number of projects for which it will compete, it will work only on a cost-plus basis where its risk is limited to its fee.
    • The popularity of single-use products, however, mushroomed dramatically when their use was skewed by a reimbursement system that permitted all single-use items to be charged to the patient on a cost-plus basis.
    • It's a no-cap, cost-plus contract, with no estimate of its total worth given.
    • In present-day Russian practice, cost-plus prices are rarely used, with the exception of the least effective ones, based on a fixed profitability rate.
    • The establishment of open-ended contracts on a cost-plus basis guaranteed that corporations would aggressively search out new workers and train them.
    • The price range between the lower cost-plus price and the higher value-based price signifies the additional profits available to a manufacturer that charges a value-based price for its product.
    • Most of these contracts are awarded on a cost-plus basis, meaning the company charges the cost of their services plus a fixed profit margin - generally 3 percent or higher.
    • The British and American governments gave serious attention to cost determination, pricing and the use of cost-plus pricing to guarantee the required production quantities.
    • This results in a cost-plus contract with a guaranteed maximum price, he explains.
    • In 1940, Congress authorized cost-plus contracts and advance payments.
    • The contract was found to be a cost-plus contract with a $65,000 ‘estimate’ and a fixed contractor's fee of $5,000.
    • The no-bid contracts with the company are organized on a cost-plus basis, guaranteeing it a set profit over and above whatever it spends.
    • Of course it always covered its costs, but it did not set its costs on a cost-plus system.
    • Whether you have a cost-plus contract or a fixed price, whether your customer is in-house or external, the analysis we have performed provides an accurate view of progress for both cost and schedule.
    • Selling solutions creates opportunities for value-based rather than cost-plus pricing.
    • Prior to 1996, the majority of Californians bought power from investor owned utilities operating under standard cost-plus regulations.