Sands Corporation

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Assignment 1

Sands Corporation

A report submitted to,

Prof. Mukul Vasavada and Prof.Danesh Gojer

Rohit Sirohia
Roll No. 51220

ToVice President
Sands Corporation
FromRohit Sirohia
Subject: Report on the selection of site for new plant.
Respected Sir,
I am submitting the report on the selection of the site for the new plant required by the company to meet the demands of the new government contract.

The two options for the site that is Kimberly street and Hampton have been analyzed based on various factors which have been taken into consideration.

I hope that this analysis satisfies you and helps you in making the required decision.

Rohit Sirohia

Executive summary
Sands Corporation has received a new contract from the government which cannot be full filled by them based on their existing capacity and therefore the need to start a new plant arises. The company now has two site’s selected one at Kimberly street in Clairmont itself and the other in a small town called Hampton. The two sites have been evaluated on the basis of cost, availability of labor and various other factors and based on the evaluation it is recommended that the company starts its plant at Kimberly Street.

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Situation Analysis:
Sands Corporation currently operates with three plants in the mid-western section of US. The main plain is in Clairmont while the branch plants are in 2 small towns 60 miles apart from each other and 180 miles from the main plant. Sands Corporation has won a contract from the government and has to fulfill it within the given period of time or else they would be charged and would lose any further contracts from the government. The current plant’s are capable of producing enough for commercial purpose and are already being used at full capacity, also the government contract requires them to produce large parts which cannot be done with the current machinery. Hence there is now a need for the company to...
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