Total delivery cost

Total delivery cost

Total Delivered Cost (TDC) is the amount of money it takes for a company to manufacture and deliver a product. Its components are:
*Total Manufacturing Cost: Costs incurred up to and inclusive of the production of finished and wrapped pallets or unit loads, fit for introduction into the warehousing and distribution chain.

*Product Supply Non-Manufacturing Expense: Administrative and developmental costs associated with the purchase of materials, engineering, design of a plant worthy production process, and administrative costs required to manage it.
*Finished Product Logistics Costs: Costs incurred from the entry of finished, wrapped pallets, or unit loads to the warehousing and distribution chain, until delivery of cases to the customer's receiving dock.

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