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Analysis of the technical and economic viability and benefits of storage systems for coffee Análise da viabilidade técnica e economica de sistemas de armazenagem de café beneficiado

by Vieira, G; Silva, J.N. da; Teixeira, E.C; Sousa e Silva, J. de.
Publisher: 2004ISSN: 0100-3518.Subject(s): CAFE | CUBAS DE ALMACENAMIENTO | COSTOS | VIABILIDAD ECONOMICA | RENTABILIDAD | SACOS | ALMACENAMIENTO | PRODUCTOS ALMACENADOS | COFFEE | BINS | COSTS | ECONOMIC VIABILITY | PROFITABILITY | SACKS | STORAGE | STORED PRODUCTS | CAFE | CELLULE DE STOCKAGE | COUT | VIABILITE ECONOMIQUE | RENTABILITE | SAC | STOCKAGE | DENREES ENTREPOSEES In: Revista Brasileira de Armazenamento (Brasil) (no.8 especial) p. 59-68Summary: This study presents a comparative analysis of the costs and analyses the technical and economical viability of three storage systems for coffee: conventional storage system in jute sacks, metallic bin storage system, and metallic bins in existing conventional storage systems. The results showed that storage in metallic bins presented a higher net present value and a higher internal rate of return compared to the other two storage systems. The payback period for the capital invested in the three storage systems is less than one year. Analysis of the incremental flows (revenues minus expenses) showed that the bin storage system is financially the most viable. The bin storage system showed a benefit/cost ratio of 8.99, which is superior to 8.15 for the adapted conventional system and 8.08 for the conventional one. The bin storage system presented better profitability indicators.
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This study presents a comparative analysis of the costs and analyses the technical and economical viability of three storage systems for coffee: conventional storage system in jute sacks, metallic bin storage system, and metallic bins in existing conventional storage systems. The results showed that storage in metallic bins presented a higher net present value and a higher internal rate of return compared to the other two storage systems. The payback period for the capital invested in the three storage systems is less than one year. Analysis of the incremental flows (revenues minus expenses) showed that the bin storage system is financially the most viable. The bin storage system showed a benefit/cost ratio of 8.99, which is superior to 8.15 for the adapted conventional system and 8.08 for the conventional one. The bin storage system presented better profitability indicators.

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