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The AMA Handbook of Due Diligence by Andrew J. Sherman, William M. Crilly

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PRODUCTION TOOLING
ENTITY Form 13-10
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PREPARED BY REVIEWED BY
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INVESTMENT IN TOOLING
TYPE OF TOOLING COST CUMULATIVE
AMORTIZATION
BOOK VALUE
(Thousands Of Dollars)
Active Tooling For Current Products
Tooling Unique To Specific Product Lines $ $ $
General Purpose Tooling
Sub-Total $ $ $
Tooling For Parts For Out-Of-Production Products $ $ $
Total Active Tooling $ $ $
Obsolete Tooling Still On The Books (1) $ $ $
Obsolete Tooling Completely Written Off (2) None
Total Tooling On The Books $ $ $
Notes: (1) Estimated fair market value: $ _______________ .
(2) Estimated fair market value: $ _______________ .
TOOLING MANUFACTURE
Does entity manufacture:
[ ] All its own tooling? [ ] Some of its tooling?
[ ] Most of its tooling? [ ] None of its tooling?
Who are the major tooling vendors?
PRODUCTION CAPACITY AND UTILIZATION
ENTITY Form 13-11
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LOCATION
CAPACITY UTILIZATION
STAFFING LEVEL
FIRST
SHIFT
SECOND
SHIFT
THIRD
SHIFT
TOTAL
(Number Of Direct Production Personnel)
Phase One Staffing (1)
Phase Two Staffing (2)
Phase Three Staffing (3)
Phase Four Staffing (4)
Phase Five Staffing (5)
Notes: (1) Current level.
(2) Maximum level with current number of shifts and without any additional capital expenditures.
(3) Maximum level by increasing to __________ shifts without any additional capital expendures.
(4) Maintaining __________ shifts with minimal investment in new equipment and modifications to existing
floor plan. New investment to be no more than $ ____________ .
(5) Maximum level with significant investments in new equipment and major modifications to existing
floor plan.
POTENTIAL CAPACITY INCREASE AFTER ADJUSTMENT TO FIRST SHIFT EQUIVALENTS
STAFFING LEVEL FIRST
SHIFT
ADJUSTED
SECOND
SHIFT
ADJUSTED
THIRD
SHIFT
TOTAL
FIRST SHIFT
EQUIVALENTS
INCREASE
OVER
PHASE ONE
Shift Adjustment Factor
Phase One Staffing
Phase Two Staffing %
Phase Three Staffing %
Phase Four Staffing %
Phase Five Staffing %
AVAILABILITY OF PRODUCTION LABOR
Assuming competitive wages, fringe benefits and working conditions, what is the availability of production
personnel within the normal commuting distance of this facility?
[ ] Unlimited for any reasonable level of expansion.
[ ] Limited to an increase of approximately ________ persons, or approximately ________ percent.
[ ] Very tight labor market. Only minimal increase can be anticipated.
PRODUCTION CAPACITY AND UTILIZATION (Continued)
ENTITY Form 13-11
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FACILITY/LOCATION
AVAILABILITY OF NEARBY PRODUCTION SPACE
In Exisiting Facilities It Owns
Approximately how many additional square feet of production space are available in facilities the entity
currently owns or controls? [ ________ sq. ft.]
On Vacant Property It Owns
Approximately how many additional square feet of production space could be available in new facilities built
on vacant land the entity currently owns or controls? [ ________ sq. ft.]
In Nearby Vacant Facilities Currently Owned By Others
Are there suitable vacant facilities nearby that can be acquired? [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Don’t Know
If so, approximately how many square feet of production space is available? [ ________ sq. ft.]
On Nearby Vacant Land Currently Owned By Others
Is there vacant land nearby that is suitable for expansion? [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Don’t Know
If so, approximately how many acres are available? [ ______ acres]
What is the estimated time from land acquisition to occupancy in this general area? [ ____ months]
POTENTIAL IMPEDIMENTS TO NEARBY EXPANSION
Are there any known impediments to expansion in the general area of this facility?
Environmental restrictions? [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Don’t Know
Zoning restrictions? [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Don’t Know
Availability of utility services? [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Don’t Know
Other: ___________________________________________________________
PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL
ENTITY Form 13-12
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PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL ACTIVITIES
The entity performs the indicated production planning and control activities:
Note: (1) Enter “NA” for Not Applicable. Enter “C” for custom software, “S” for off-the-shelf software,
“MS” for modified off-the-shelf program.
SOFTWARE PROGRAMS UTILIZED
PRODUCED BY NAME OF PROGRAM
ACTIVITY COMPUTERIZED
(1)
[ ] Preparation of master schedules.
[ ] Individual machine loading.
[ ] Manpower loading.
[ ] Conduct production time and motion studies.
[ ] Establish production time and cost standards.
[ ] Monitor actual production performance against time and cost standards.
[ ] Prepare manufacturing budgets.
[ ] Coordinate the development of production specifications with Engineering.
[ ] Coordinate schedules with Inventory Control, Purchasing and Marketing.
[ ] ____________________________________________________________ .
[ ] ____________________________________________________________ .

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