Capital Goods

Capital Goods

CAPITAL GOODS

These comprise:

Engineering, heavy electricals, machine tools and commercial vehicles;

Building, including brick, cement, road building, and timber;

Aircraft;

Shipbuilding.

As distinct from consumer goods industries, whose customers are the entire populace, capital goods have a much more restricted market, both as regards the range and the frequency of the demand. The customers for these capita) goods are in fact:

National and Local governments, both at home and abroad, for civil and military purposes.

Factories, British and foreign,

Companies, apart from factories, for constructional and equipment purposes.

The capital goods industries deal in substantial contracts amounting to millions of pounds for single deals.

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