Manufacturing Businesses


To survive the relentless pressures of the marketplace, manufacturers must constantly keep pace with the demand for quality improvement and innovation, while controlling costs – at all cost. RBF’s manufacturing clients benefit from our deep understanding of the many types of business challenges they face – from the ups and downs of a start-up, to the growing pains and transition issues of a mature company.

RBF Assists Manufacturing Businesses by:

  • Finding ways to minimize costs for healthcare and other benefits
  • Identifying actual costs of entering a new market or market segment
  • Providing training to internal accounting department personnel
  • Setting up more efficient manufacturing cost reporting systems
  • Conducting valuation studies for buy-sell and family transition matters
  • Devising funding strategies using traditional and non-traditional resources

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For the details, download our Manufacturing Businesses One Sheet.