Excess Capacity

Definition: Excess capacity refers to a situation in which the company can produce more goods or services from its equipment, employees, etc. than they are currently selling.

Example: You have a machine that can produce 1,000 units per month but you are only producing 500 units on it each month.

Why it’s important: Using your excess capacity can increase sales with very little costs, which can be very profitable.

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