| Friday, July 6, 2012 - 11:40 am |
I have a question about one of my country-controlled companies in South Selene: Saint Rafael Vacation. It makes a loss for several years now, even though 1) hiring rates are 100%; 2) production rates are over 115%; 3) production process quality is 200; 4) production process effectivity is 200; 5) the salary rate is 195%; 6) all products produced are being sold each month (and there is a shortage of vacations offered on the market); 7) the sale strategy lets the company offer at 269% of the market price, with a 10% reduction for each month the product is not sold.
So, my question is, what am I doing wrong here?
I am looking forward receiving some answers.
| Friday, July 6, 2012 - 08:18 pm |
Could be two things causing it:
First is that at the moment your points 6 and 7 dont have effects, meaning you can put up salestrategy to whatever you want above the market-price, it still puts it up at market price (meaning 200 if the produt quality is at 200), price doesnt really increase for that, just look up the price-statistic, just a little oszilation.
The second thing that could be causing the loss could be that your corp seems to be buying its raw-materials at whichever quality it can get it. Set the Buying-Quality at 150-170, should help a lot, we'd consider doing that for all your corps.
| Friday, July 6, 2012 - 08:23 pm |
Thank you for your answer.
All the supplies have a quality of 150 or higher. Only two products supplied have a quality lower than 273; the seven other products supplied have a higher quality (most are much above 300).