The costs resulting from the institution and performance of all of the activities related to OCSIT are of two types:
- Structural costs
- Product costs
According to the business plan, while the structural costs are stable, product costs are increasing. Among these, it must be noted the predominance of the financial charges which are expected to have a significant impact on the total costs.
OCSIT does not generate revenues out of day-to-day sales as it does not have a commercial purposes, nor it is a profit-making entity.
The revenues generated by OCSIT are represented by the contribution fees paid by the economic operators, to cover the entity’s costs for all of its activity.
The applicable law, in fact, provides for that the measure of contribution fee is intended to ensure OCSIT’s economic and financial balance.