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Use this page to describe your plans to retool - or refit - your company or your client's company with new equipment to make it more competitive. Retooling often refers to completely refurbishing a manufacturing environment to update it for the future.
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Use this page to describe your plans to retool or refit your company or your clients company with new equipment to make it more competitive. Retooling often refers to completely refurbishing manufacturing environment to update it for the future. Introduce the topic of retooling here and explain its importance in the context of your proposal. Existing Conditions Describe the current equipment that needs to be modernized. Proposed Replacement Describe the equipment that you propose to replace the old equipment with.

Benefits Describe how retooling as proposed will benefit your organization or that of your client. Be sure to compare what could be accomplished with old equipment as opposed to what can be accomplished with new machinery. Process Describe the process for retooling. Be as specific as possible. Will the process involve shutdowns or temporary layoffs. Will buildings need to be remodeled or power supplies need to be upgraded to handle new equipment. Describe the schedule and the personnel needed or refer to other pages with these details. Costs

Explain the costs involved in purchasing and installing new equipment. Be sure to include costs of shutdowns and peripheral expenses such as remodeling facilities and training personnel to use the new equipment. Compare the costs with the expected benefits. Other Considerations Add other details as needed. You might want to discuss what is likely to happen if retooling does not take place describe options for equipment explain financing strategies and so forth.

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