gross processing margin (GPM)

Definition of "gross processing margin (GPM)"
  1. The difference between the cost of raw materials and the total income from selling the processed or finished products
How to use "gross processing margin (GPM)" in a sentence
  1. Oil refineries often monitor the gross processing margin (GPM) to stay profitable.
  2. In the dairy industry, the gross processing margin (GPM) plays a crucial role in determining the value of milk production.
  3. The gross processing margin (GPM) can fluctuate based on market conditions influencing both raw material prices and final product sales.

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