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Dial ‘M’ FOR MARINA
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10/23/2013

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Rajat Kumar(FT14355)
Rishi(FT14361)
Varun Dubey(Ft14394)

a) We calculate the total costs per km for 100 vehicles of Marina

Vehicles Maintenance Costs

| cost / unit | Distance | | | 2000 | 2500 | 3000 | oil filter | 300 | 60 | 75 | 90 | lubricants | 200 | 160 | 200 | 240 | coolant | 300 | 120 | 150 | 180 | grease | 200 | 20 | 25 | 30 | spares | 500 | 100 | 125 | 150 | service charge | 750 | 150 | 187.5 | 225 | other expenses | 2000 | 400 | 625 | 900 | Total Expense | | 1010 | 1387.5 | 1815 | | | 101000 | 138750 | 181500 |
Taxes green tax | 500 | insurance | 7500 | fitness certificate | 15000 | tyre change | 14800 | clutch repair | 2500 | brake linings | 2500 | total | 42800 | total tax for 100 vehicles per month | 356666.67 |
Capital Investment Investment | | | | EPABX | 20000 | Telephone | 25000 | Software EPABX | 5000 | | | CRM SYSTEM | | CRM software | 300000 | Website development cost | 200000 | Hardware Cost | 200000 | Software Integration and Maintainence | 200000 | Furniture and Fixture | 500000 | Vehicle Tracking | 800000 | Training | 100000 | Total Capital Investment | 2350000 |
Operating Investments Call center expense | 200000 | Office Overhead | 100000 | Call Tariff | | Fleet Strength | | 100 | 3750 | 200 | 5625 | 300 | 7500 | telephone rent | 2500 | Total | 306250 |
Thus combining we get Expense Head | To include | Senstivity(Veh. Operation in kms/month) | | | 2000 | 2500 | 3000 | Vehicle Related(A) | Driver Salary | 10000 | 10000 | 10000 | | Fuel expense | 5500 | 6875 | 8250 | | Maintenance and Taxes | 457666.67 | 457666.7 | 538166.6667 | | EMI | 10363 | 10363 | 10363 | Management
Charge(B) | Capital Investment | 2350000 |…...

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