Product Line Profit and Loss and Landed Cost Analysis

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Establishing landed costs for the products that a company handles can be a tricky business. There are freight costs but they are not generally by SKU. There is trade promotional spending which might be by item, or by product group, or just to a customer. In order to accurately calculate the landed cost, all factors beyond the obvious Cost of Goods Sold must be considered.

Calculating landed cost is critical in understanding what a product actually costs and therefore what it can be sold for. Join us as we present how Business Impact and TARGIT helped Litehouse Foods master their Landed Cost requirements.


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