Abnormal loss - meaning and example

Abnormal loss – meaning and example

An abnormal loss is also called an uncontrollable loss. It is a loss that is not expected to occur under efficient operating conditions.

It is not considered an inherent part of the production process because it arises from inefficiencies and is not included in the process costs. An example would be incorrect mixing of ingredients or cutting of fabric.  


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