Formula
to calculate sales to fixed assets ratio:
Sales
to Fixed Assets = sales / fixed assets.
Sales
to fixed assets ratio definition and explanation:
The
sales to fixed assets ratio is often called the asset
turnover ratio.
A low sales
to fixed assets ratio means inefficient utilization or obsolescence of
fixed assets, which may be caused by excess capacity or
interruptions in the supply of raw materials.
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