The decline in managed honey bee Hymenoptera: Apidae colony health worldwide has had a significant impact on the beekeeping industry. To mitigate colony losses, beekeepers in Canada and around the world introduce queens into replacement colonies; however, Canada's short queen rearing season has historically limited the production of early season queens. As a result, Canadian beekeepers rely on the importation of foreign bees, particularly queens from warmer climates. Importing a large proportion of often mal-adapted queens each year creates a dependency on foreign bee sources, putting beekeeping, and pollination sectors at risk in the event of border closures, transportation issues, and other restrictions as is currently happening due to the Covid pandemic.
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A customer profitability analysis is an evaluation process that focuses on assigning costs and revenues to segments of the customer base, instead of assigning revenues and costs to the actual products, or the units or departments that compose the corporate structure of the producer. Approaching profitability from this angle can sometimes provide valuable insights into how each step of the process of designing, manufacturing, and ultimately selling a good or service incurs cost and generates revenue. Many businesses use a customer profitability analysis as a means of streamlining processes so they provide the highest degree of efficiency and return, while generating the lowest degree of cost.