Plant Location Selection Techniques - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780815513780, 9780815518594

Plant Location Selection Techniques

1st Edition

Authors: Edwin M. McPherson
Hardcover ISBN: 9780815513780
eBook ISBN: 9780815518594
Imprint: William Andrew
Published Date: 31st December 1995
Page Count: 271
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Description

  1. Introduction Background Key Preparations Industrial Development Economics Summary
  2. Evaluating Tools Developing a Location Yardstick Plant Reviews Summary
  3. Plant Layout Sizing a Plant Layout
  4. Business Plan Introduction Score's Outline Summary General Reference
  5. Environmental/Natural Resources Introduction Mineral Resources Agriculutral and Forest Resources Water Climate
  6. Population-Labor Supply
  7. Markets
  8. Utilities Introduction Power Fuel Effluent and Waste Disposal
  9. Topography-Acreage
  10. Buildings
  11. Transportation Introduction Transportation as a Location Factor Air Rail Truck Water Community Data Summary
  12. Tangible Versus Intangible Factors of Location
  13. Development and Use of Economic Data Sheets
  14. Funding Industrial Development Introduction Local Inducement for Industrial Development Industrial Development Corporations or Foundations Capital Formation and Credit Facilities State Development Groups Conclusion
  15. Early Creation of Cities Introduction Legislative Creation of Communities Importance of Trade Routes
  16. Early Uses of Legislation to Build Industry Mercantilist's Era Kameralists' Era
  17. Geopolitics-Expanding Self-Sufficient Pivotal Regions
  18. United States Industrial Development Early Colonial Development Influence of Trade Routes on the Growth and Development of U.S. Cities The Railroad Era of the United States
  19. Summary of Part Three - Historical Basis for the Growth of Cities
  20. Theories of Plant Location Introduction Economic Industrial Geography Engineering Political Theories Summary of Theories
  21. Public Policy in Respect to Location National Taxes and Services State and Local Taxes and Services Legislation of Planning for Development Evaluating Existing Plants Specific Problems in Plant Location
  22. History of Development Agencies-Purpose and Effectiveness United States Development Agencies Functions of Industrial Development Agencies Analyzing a Local Economy and Developing Its Potential Analyzing a Regional or National Economy and Developing Its Potential
  23. Summary and Conclusion

Readership

Chief executive officers, manufacturing vice presidents, chief engineers and engineers a checklist of things to do in analyzing a potential plant site.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction Background Key Preparations Industrial Development Economics Summary
  2. Evaluating Tools Developing a Location Yardstick Plant Reviews Summary
  3. Plant Layout Sizing a Plant Layout
  4. Business Plan Introduction Score's Outline Summary General Reference
  5. Environmental/Natural Resources Introduction Mineral Resources Agriculutral and Forest Resources Water Climate
  6. Population-Labor Supply
  7. Markets
  8. Utilities Introduction Power Fuel Effluent and Waste Disposal
  9. Topography-Acreage
  10. Buildings
  11. Transportation Introduction Transportation as a Location Factor Air Rail Truck Water Community Data Summary
  12. Tangible Versus Intangible Factors of Location
  13. Development and Use of Economic Data Sheets
  14. Funding Industrial Development Introduction Local Inducement for Industrial Development Industrial Development Corporations or Foundations Capital Formation and Credit Facilities State Development Groups Conclusion
  15. Early Creation of Cities Introduction Legislative Creation of Communities Importance of Trade Routes
  16. Early Uses of Legislation to Build Industry Mercantilist's Era Kameralists' Era
  17. Geopolitics-Expanding Self-Sufficient Pivotal Regions
  18. United States Industrial Development Early Colonial Development Influence of Trade Routes on the Growth and Development of U.S. Cities The Railroad Era of the United States
  19. Summary of Part Three - Historical Basis for the Growth of Cities
  20. Theories of Plant Location Introduction Economic Industrial Geography Engineering Political Theories Summary of Theories
  21. Public Policy in Respect to Location National Taxes and Services State and Local Taxes and Services Legislation of Planning for Development Evaluating Existing Plants Specific Problems in Plant Location
  22. History of Development Agencies-Purpose and Effectiveness United States Development Agencies Functions of Industrial Development Agencies Analyzing a Local Economy and Developing Its Potential Analyzing a Regional or National Economy and Developing Its Potential
  23. Summary and Conclusion

Details

No. of pages:
271
Language:
English
Copyright:
© William Andrew 1995
Published:
Imprint:
William Andrew
eBook ISBN:
9780815518594
Hardcover ISBN:
9780815513780

About the Author

Edwin M. McPherson