constraining (limiting) factor

Dictionary of Accounting Terms for: constraining (limiting) factor
constraining (limiting) factor

item that restricts or limits production or sale of a given product. Virtually all firms suffer from one or more constraining factors. Examples include limited machinehours and labor-hours and shortage of materials and skilled labor. Other limiting factors may be cubic feet of display or warehouse space, or working capital.

Dictionary of Business Terms for: constraining (limiting) factor
constraining (limiting) factor

item or factor that restricts or limits production or sale of a given product. Virtually all firms suffer from one or more constraining factors. Examples include limited machine-hours and labor-hours and shortage of materials and skilled labor. Other limiting factors may be cubic feet of display or warehouse space, or working capital.

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