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Capital Efficiency

Achieving sustainable cost efficiency and effectiveness requires a strategic, enterprise-wide approach that yields both immediate and long-term savings.

Balancing the requirements for short-term profitability with the long-term imperative for growth requires organisations to alter their operating structure. Deloitte has industry veterans that examine finance, operations, human resource and technology issues to maximise overall savings.

Read more about Capital Efficiency. Economic woes demand optimum use of capital: Extracting full value

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Louis Kruger
Louis Kruger
Associate Director
Infrastructure and Capital Projects
Tel: + 27 11 209 6444
Email: lokruger@deloitte.co.za
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Thought Leadership

Managing Volatility
After reaching record highs in the first half of 2008, commodity and metal prices, collapsed spectacularly in the wake of the global financial crisis, losing nearly 50% by mid-2009.

Capital Projects and Capital Efficiency 2012
Unprecedented economic turmoil has jolted how businesses make decisions about complex capital projects.

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