Regional regulations and room of expansion, Operation Management

Regional Regulations and Room of Expansion

Regional Regulations:

It is important to check at an early stage that the proposed location does not infringe any local regulations. A study must be made of the appropriate by laws and of any special regulations concerning the disposal of effluents, hiring etc.

Room of Expansion:

It is most  unwise  to build to the  limit  of any  unless the long  range forecast indicated very definitely that the initial building will never  be  required  to increase in size. This is a most unlikely circumstance and adequate room for genuine expansion should be allowed.

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