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Graham Hollingsworth Day 22 – Bangkok – Malls
0730 awoke by Jen going for toilet visit
0745 decide rather than going back to sleep will search for a new contract role
0845 Jen awakes just as I locate a reasonable job to apply for
0900 Head to breakfast, stomach still feels a bit dodge but hopefully ok
0905 try a bit of everything this morning as I didn’t eat much the night bbefor
0915 nom nom nom, my favourite dish is the pasta and Bolognese, I have that twice
0935 back to room, eaten to much, feel fat
0937 On the way back we spot the lobby is flooded and it stinks, sewer water is spilling out everywhere and their struggling to contain it. I feel bad for the staff trying to damn it with towels, this is why they have the “do not flush paper” signs in the bathrooms
1015 pull our self together and head out for a walk to the malls, this is no short walk, the malls are 5k away, I’m expecting excessive sweating, however, we will mainly be staying off main roads which should help as no car heat
1020 too hot
1023 I navigate us to one of the canals we will walk along, its well sheltered by small shops that have set up food stalls, it makes the path very narrow, but I like the space utilisation and best of all, no cars!
1040 Eventually our canal comes to an end and we have to move to roads, booo
1042 Rather than going straight to the malls we detour towards the train station in order to pick up our next set of train tickets
1043 bump into some lost Americans trying to find some Golden temple, I locate it with my TripAdvisor app and we walk with them to the temple as its on our route.
1045 I chat to the man about our trip and Jen chat to the lady. The lady says she hates it here and just wants to leave, ill on the first 3 days, to hot and does not like how much like hard work it is to achieve anything. She should never go to Vietnam, its lovely here!!
1047 Bye Americans
1055 Roads are hot and hard to cross
1115 I feel my slug like trail from yesterday return as sweat pours of me, temperature seem to peak around this time each day, 36C
1130 We locate the train station and head to our ticket pick up just opposite
1135 ohhhh air con
1140 a nice lady greats us and starts sorting the tickets out while Jen and I take full advantage of the free water they supply
1145 tickets sorted, now for the horrible part, leaving a nice air con building to go back outside
1150 tooooooo hot, busy roads do not help
1203 I take us a bit in the wrong direction but eventually get us back on track
1230 play the shadow run game where you quick walk rom shadow to shadow spending as little time as possible in the sun
1243 reach our first mall type building, sadly it is mostly outside so no air con, Jen has a quick look at a sushi menu but it does not take her fancy
1257 reach a big mall..... Air con, best feeling ever
1303 This is the MBK mall, it has lots of floors and is huge but works more like a market so you can haggle all the prices down
1305 Jen purchase a Fanta slushy from mc Donald’s, it taste so refreshing, I decide to hold our for frozen yogurt in hope they have one
1320 We look around for one in the mall but do not locate a suitable vender, rather than wasting time we cut our losses and head to the top dolla Mall “ Central Word Plaza “
1325 to our amazement this part of bangkok is super developed, it has a high line tram system connecting the main parts of the city, to get to the other malls their are walkways so you never have to step foot on the street, even better than that, although our next target is 800m up the road we are able to travel through 3 fully air conditioned malls to get to it, all with a unique selling point. Sadly though, none seem to have frozen yogurt
1335 We reach Central World Plaza, its pretty huge. The first 5 floors contain hundreds of brand name shops, floor 6 and 7 have restaurants. We head to floor 6
1337 For the first time on the trip my foot issue has started bothering me, stupid foot, this gives me a limp
1340 I grab a fanta from mc donalds as I give up hope getting froyo
1345 Jen scouts out a few sushi restaurants before picking one she likes
1350 We head in and sit down, its a bit like a yo sushi but posher. Most importantly for Jen it has lots of vegi options
1355 We get our order in fairly quickly to make sure we can get beer before 2pm, technically the no booze law shouldn’t affect a restaurant but we don’t want to risk it!
1404 food comes out in usual Japanese fashion, when its ready, we have the usual stuff like edemay beans, maki along with some stranger ones like sweetcorn and mayonnaise sushi. All in all no complaints, all decent standard
1430 We finish and get the bill
1433 the bill make no sense, the price appears to be “TTE” in a crazy font, not a number system we are familiar with. Jen calculates it should be just over 800
1432 We go to the counter with confused faces and a different laddie adds up some numbers which ends up at 772, we pay, just as we go to walk away they stop up as they missed something and its actually 832( which is what Jen though). Again as we leave they stop us, as we return they laugh and no sorry sorry it ok, we walk away fast!
1440 We walk to a different part of the mall looking for a desert, the area has lots of smaller but brand name restaurants
1443 Jen stops me and points up..... its a Froyo shop!!!!
1445 I order us a froyo to share and we sit to gobble it, been craving this!
1450 Opposite where we sit Jen spots Moshi ball shop, these are soft Japanese sweet rice balls which often have ice cream inside.
1505 we head over and have a look at what we want, Jen orders us serval balls... chocolate, milky tea, vanilla and cookies with cream. The lady packs them in a box with dry ice, clearly they are ice cream ones :)
1510 We wonder around a bit more and spot a food shop area, to our surprise it sells lots of Waitrose own brand product amongst every other uk supermarket shelf item you could might want
1520 After a bit more walking we head to some benches to eat our Moshi
1525 Their a bit frozen when we first get them out but after a few minutes we can gobble them up. I absolutely love them, especially the chocolate one. Nom nom nom
1530 feel full
1540 Decide its time to hobble back to the hotel, foot sill soar but not getting worse
1600 Navigate through the nice air conditioned malls and decide to grab one of the Fanta slush. just before I order, my stomach has flutter and I very quickly flutter off to the nearest loo.
1608 fluttering resolved
1610 struggle to locate escalators down, stupid shop
1615 figure it out and order my Fanta slushy
1616 no fanta so resort to cola slushy, still good and cold
1618 head outside into the heat
1620 first half of the walk back is along a road in the sun, I sweat, Jen sweats, nothing new here. The second part of the walk is back along our lovely shaded canal.
1655 Every so often a speed boat comes flying up causing some turbulent water. We feel bad for the fish
1720 We stop at our local, opposite the hotel and order some beers then chat
1750 more beer
1820 more beer
1846 notice the second lift is fixed and theirs no smell from the sewer issue earlier, good work staff
1910 We both play fight and try to drown each other
1935 decide to head down stairs and go get some scran
2007 head out, super mega hungry
2010 locate a restaurant Jen can try Pad Thai at and I can have a pizza
2015 order pizza, chips, cheesy garlic bread and Pad Thai plus some soft drinks
2025 to hungry for waiting
2035 cheese garlic bread comes, didn’t really want it as a starter but at least we have food
2045 wait for mains
2050 feels like it taking ages
2058 Pizza and Chips come but no Pad Thai, we decide to not mention it to the waiters as its to much food and Jen isn’t that bothered about trying it anyway
2105 Pizza is very good, shame I have to share it
2125 Finish food and pay, embarrassed waiters apologise after Jen points out the mistake with the food
2135 couple of beers and ice cream
2155 We have a few games of monopoly cards but then get sleepy and decide to save what’s left of our beers for tomorrow
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DECISION MAKING AND RELEVANT INFORMATION
11-16 Disposal of assets.
Answer the following questions.
1. A company has an inventory of 1,250 assorted parts for a line of missiles that has been discontinued. The inventory cost is $76,000. The parts can be either (a) remachined at total additional costs of $26,500 and then sold for $33,500 or (b) sold as scrap for $2,500. Which action is more profitable? Show your calculations.
2. A truck, costing $100,500 and uninsured, is wrecked its first day in use. It can be either (a) disposed of for $18,000 cash and replaced with a similar truck costing $103,000 or (b) rebuilt for $88,500 and thus be brand-new as far as operating characteristics and looks are concerned. Which action is less costly? Show your calculations.
11-17 Relevant and irrelevant costs.
Answer the following questions.
1. DeCesare Computers makes 5,200 units of a circuit board, CB76, at a cost of $280 each. Variable cost per unit is $190 and fixed cost per unit is $90. Peach Electronics offers to supply 5,200 units of CB76 for $260. If DeCesare buys from Peach it will be able to save $10 per unit in fixed costs but continue to incur the remaining $80 per unit. Should DeCesare accept Peach’s offer? Explain.
2. LN Manufacturing is deciding whether to keep or replace an old machine. It obtains the following information:
LN Manufacturing uses straight-line depreciation. Ignore the time value of money and income taxes. Should LN Manufacturing replace the old machine? Explain.
11-18 Multiple choice.
(CPA) Choose the best answer.
1. The Dalton Company manufactures slippers and sells them at $12 a pair. Variable manufacturing cost is $5.00 a pair, and allocated fixed manufacturing cost is $1.25 a pair. It has enough idle capacity available to accept a one-time-only special order of 5,000 pairs of slippers at $6.25 a pair. Dalton will not incur any marketing costs as a result of the special order. What would the effect on operating income be if the special order could be accepted without affecting normal sales: (a) $0, (b) $6,250 increase, (c) $28,750 increase, or (d) $31,250 increase? Show your calculations.
2. The Sacramento Company manufactures Part No. 498 for use in its production line. The manufacturing cost per unit for 30,000 units of Part No. 498 is as follows:
The Counter Company has offered to sell 30,000 units of Part No. 498 to Sacramento for $47 per unit. Sacramento will make the decision to buy the part from Counter if there is an overall savings of at least $30,000 for Sacramento. If Sacramento accepts Counter’s offer, $8 per unit of the fixed overhead allocated would be eliminated. Furthermore, Sacramento has determined that the released facilities could be used to save relevant costs in the manufacture of Part No. 575. For Sacramento to achieve an overall savings of $30,000, the amount of relevant costs that would have to be saved by using the released facilities in the manufacture of Part No. 575 would be which of the following: (a) $90,000, (b) $150,000, (c) $180,000, or (d) $210,000? Show your calculations. What other factors might Sacramento consider before outsourcing to Counter?
11-19 Special order, activity-based costing.
(CMA, adapted) The Gold Plus Company manufactures medals for winners of athletic events and other contests. Its manufacturing plant has the capacity to produce 11,000 medals each month. Current production and sales are 10,000 medals per month. The company normally charges $150 per medal. Cost information for the current activity level is as follows:
Gold Plus has just received a special one-time-only order for 1,000 medals at $100 per medal. Accepting the special order would not affect the company’s regular business. Gold Plus makes medals for its existing customers in batch sizes of 50 medals (200 batches × 50 medals per batch = 10,000 medals). The special order requires Gold Plus to make the medals in 25 batches of 40 medals.
1. Should Gold Plus accept this special order? Show your calculations.
2. Suppose plant capacity were only 10,500 medals instead of 11,000 medals each month. The special order must either be taken in full or be rejected completely. Should Gold Plus accept the special order? Show your calculations.
3. As in requirement 1, assume that monthly capacity is 11,000 medals. Gold Plus is concerned that if it accepts the special order, its existing customers will immediately demand a price discount of $10 in the month in which the special order is being filled. They would argue that Gold Plus’s capacity costs are now being spread over more units and that existing customers should get the benefit of these lower costs. Should Gold Plus accept the special order under these conditions? Show your calculations.
11-22 Relevant costs, contribution margin, product emphasis.
The Snack Shack is a take-out food store at a popular beach resort. Susan Sexton, owner of the Snack Shack, is deciding how much refrigerator space to devote to four different drinks. Pertinent data on these four drinks are as follows:
Sexton has a maximum front shelf space of 12 feet to devote to the four drinks. She wants a minimum of 1 foot and a maximum of 6 feet of front shelf space for each drink.
1. Calculate the contribution margin per case of each type of drink.
2. A coworker of Sexton’s recommends that she maximize the shelf space devoted to those drinks with the highest contribution margin per case. Do you agree with this recommendation? Explain briefly.
3. What shelf-space allocation for the four drinks would you recommend for the Snack Shack? Show your calculations.
11-24 Theory of constraints, throughput contribution, relevant costs.
The Pierce Corporation manufactures filing cabinets in two operations: machining and finishing. It provides the following information:
Each cabinet sells for $70 and has direct material costs of $30 incurred at the start of the machining operation. Pierce has no other variable costs. Pierce can sell whatever output it produces. The following requirements refer only to the preceding data. There is no connection between the requirements.
1. Pierce is considering using some modern jigs and tools in the finishing operation that would increase annual finishing output by 1,150 units. The annual cost of these jigs and tools is $35,000. Should Pierce acquire these tools? Show your calculations. YES
2. The production manager of the Machining Department has submitted a proposal to do faster setups that would increase the annual capacity of the Machining Department by 9,000 units and would cost $4,000 per year. Should Pierce implement the change? Show your calculations. NO- no impact on bottleneck
3. An outside contractor offers to do the finishing operation for 9,500 units at $9 per unit, triple the $3 per unit that it costs Pierce to do the finishing in-house. Should Pierce accept the subcontractor’s offer? Show your calculations. Find out whether or not we will end up ahead, considered relevant costs
4. The Hammond Corporation offers to machine 5,000 units at $3 per unit, half the $6 per unit that it costs Pierce to do the machining in-house. Should Pierce accept Hammond’s offer? Show your calculations. Fixed costs cannot be reduced, its overhead. If it was a variable cost this would be different. Doesn’t help to reduce your fixed costs per unit, so no would not want to do this
5. Pierce produces 1,700 defective units at the machining operation. What is the cost to Pierce of the defective items produced? Explain your answer briefly.
6. Pierce produces 1,700 defective units at the finishing operation. What is the cost to Pierce of the defective items produced? Explain your answer briefly.
11-25 Closing and opening stores.
Sanchez Corporation runs two convenience stores, one in Connecticut and one in Rhode Island. Operating income for each store in 2014 is as follows:
The equipment has a zero disposal value. In a senior management meeting, Maria Lopez, the management accountant at Sanchez Corporation, makes the following comment, “Sanchez can increase its profitability by closing down the Rhode Island store or by adding another store like it.”
1. By closing down the Rhode Island store, Sanchez can reduce overall corporate overhead costs by $44,000. Calculate Sanchez’s operating income if it closes the Rhode Island store. Is Maria Lopez’s statement about the effect of closing the Rhode Island store correct? Explain.
2. Calculate Sanchez’s operating income if it keeps the Rhode Island store open and opens another store with revenues and costs identical to the Rhode Island store (including a cost of $22,000 to acquire equipment with a one-year useful life and zero disposal value). Opening this store will increase corporate overhead costs by $4,000. Is Maria Lopez’s statement about the effect of adding another store like the Rhode Island store correct? Explain.
11-27 Relevance of equipment costs.
Papa’s Pizza is considering replacement of its pizza oven with a new, more energy-efficient model. Information related to the old and new pizza ovens follows:
The old oven had been purchased a year ago. Papa’s Pizza estimates that either oven has a remaining useful life of five years. At the end of five years, either oven would have a zero salvage value. Ignore the effect of income taxes and the time value of money.
1. Which of the costs and benefits above are relevant to the decision to replace the oven?
2. What information is irrelevant? Why is it irrelevant?
3. Should Papa’s Pizza purchase the new oven? Provide support for your answer.
4. Is there any conflict between the decision model and the incentives of the manager who has purchased the “old” oven and is considering replacing it a year later?
5. At what purchase price would Papa’s Pizza be indifferent between purchasing the new oven and continuing to use the old oven?
11-29 Special Order3
Slugger Corporation produces baseball bats for kids that it sells for $36 each. At capacity, the company can produce 50,000 bats a year. The costs of producing and selling 50,000 bats are as follows:
1. Suppose Slugger is currently producing and selling 40,000 bats. At this level of production and sales, its fixed costs are the same as given in the preceding table. Bench Corporation wants to place a one-time special order for 10,000 bats at $23 each. Slugger will incur no variable selling costs for this special order. Should Slugger accept this one-time special order? Show your calculations.
2. Now suppose Slugger is currently producing and selling 50,000 bats. If Slugger accepts Bench’s offer it will have to sell 10,000 fewer bats to its regular customers. (a) On financial considerations alone, should Slugger accept this one-time special order? Show your calculations. (b) On financial considerations alone, at what price would Slugger be indifferent between accepting the special order and continuing to sell to its regular customers at $36 per bat. (c) What other factors should Slugger consider in deciding whether to accept the one-time special order?
11-31 International outsourcing.
Cuddly Critters, Inc., manufactures plush toys in a facility in Cleveland, Ohio. Recently, the company designed a group of collectible resin figurines to go with the plush toy line. Management is trying to decide whether to manufacture the figurines themselves in existing space in the Cleveland facility or to accept an offer from a manufacturing company in Indonesia. Data concerning the decision are:
a Selling and distribution costs are the same regardless of whether the figurines are manufactured in Cleveland or imported.
1. Should Cuddly Critters manufacture the 400,000 figurines in the Cleveland facility or purchase them from the Indonesian supplier? Explain.
2. Cuddly Critters believes that the U.S. dollar may weaken in the coming months against the Indonesian rupiah and does not want to face any currency risk. Assume that Cuddly Critters can enter into a forward contract today to purchase 27,300 IDRs for $3.40. Should Cuddly Critters manufacture the 400,000 figurines in the Cleveland facility or purchase them from the Indonesian supplier? Explain.
3. What are some of the qualitative factors that Cuddly Critters should consider when deciding whether to outsource the figurine manufacturing to Indonesia?
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