Here are some examples of CapEx:
- Property: Purchase or construction of buildings, land, and other real estate properties.
- Equipment: Purchase of machinery, vehicles, tools, and other equipment used in the production or operation of the business.
- Technology: Purchase of computer hardware, software, and other technology infrastructure used to run the business.
- Research and Development: Investment in the development of new products or processes that are expected to generate long-term benefits for the business.
- Expansion: Investment in the expansion of existing facilities or the opening of new ones to increase production capacity or enter new markets.
- Acquisitions: Purchase of other companies or businesses to expand the company’s operations and increase revenue.
- Infrastructure: Investment in the development or upgrade of public infrastructure such as roads, bridges, and utilities that benefit the company’s operations.
- Intellectual Property: Investment in the development or acquisition of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and other intellectual property rights that provide long-term value to the business.