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Production capacity!!!!! (Little Upsilon)

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Andrews Munoz (Little Upsilon)

Thursday, January 8, 2009 - 05:48 am Click here to edit this post
if a electric power corp is selling all the production capacity to country, it say that is 20000 kwh , but it real production capacity is 26000, where the 6000 kwh goes?

Keith Allaire (Fearless Blue)

Thursday, January 8, 2009 - 09:54 am Click here to edit this post
Usually it is automatically offered on the open market, priced according to whatever sell strategy the corp has.

If the withholding product from the world market setting is set higher, however, the additional product will be withheld, and sold only when the corp has more product on hand than it is directed to withhold.

quaxocal (Golden Rainbow)

Friday, January 9, 2009 - 08:10 am Click here to edit this post
Your producing higher than 100% productivity, so the rest is sold on the world market.

In this instance, you are producing at 130% productivity. So the extra 30% is going to the world market, since you are only contracting the 100% to your country.

Andrews Munoz (Little Upsilon)

Saturday, January 10, 2009 - 08:25 am Click here to edit this post
why when you contract 130% , it show a message ,"no all contact were delivery", while the production capacity is 130?

Treasurer (White Giant)

Monday, January 12, 2009 - 06:57 am Click here to edit this post
Does the corp produce the contracted amount EVERY month? If not, you will get that message. Check the sales sheet on the corp. Scroll down to "Produced Products this month" and then compare it to whatever number your contracts add up to total. If the corp isn't producing enough, you have three options:

1. Increase the salary of the workers to ramp up higher production (depending on the welfare index of that country this could be a huge jump)

2. Cancel the smallest contract and resend a smaller contract offer.

3. Cancel the smallest contract and let the corp sell any excess products uncovered by contracts on the open market where it will fetch a higher price.

(I usually choose #3)

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