Average Profit Margin

Average Profit Margin

A company or project's profit margin divided by the number of units it sells. For example, if a company sells 1,000 widgets in a year and makes a profit of $10,000, its average profit margin is $10 per widget.
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Many lawmakers may not know that America's restaurants run on an average profit margin of three to four percent," said DeFife.
For the second year running Worthing in West Sussex, was deemed to be the most profitable town in Britain, with an average profit margin of 24.
In 2005, the average profit margin of China mobile phone design industry continued to decrease to around 23%, which was caused by its lower technical threshold.
For retailers, RYO products are a boon in a tough market because they offer an average profit margin of around 44%, compared with 7.
According to the statistics of 6 listed transformer enterprises, the average profit margin was 23% in the first half of 2006, up by 2.
6 %, far below the average profit margin of China's manufacturing sector in average.
As the average profit margin on Rizla papers amounts to more than 50% [ITL price list Q5 terms], it is in the retailers' interest to stock up and capitalise on the growing trend towards RYO, says brand manager Paul Fallon.
A new survey by researchers Experian ranks the spa town as the 163rd most profitable in the country, with its companies making an average profit margin of 4.
Using stapled financing provided by our mortgage financing unit we believe we can close on average 20-25 properties per month with an average profit margin of $35,000 per unit.
The average profit margin for the top ten companies is now just below 20%, down from almost 24% five years ago, according to OTC COMPETITOR COST STRUCTURES USA 2006.
The average profit margin growth rate in 3 years is 300%; more than two times the average figure.
This change in technology increases the average profit margin to approximately 42%.