Value-Adding Cost

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Value-Adding Cost

A cost that increases the value of a product. For example, a company may spend $1 to increase the value of a widget from $10 to $12. In this case, the $1 is a value-adding cost.
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A systematic removal of non value adding costs and excessive process throughput time reduction provides a firm basis for improvement in company profitability.