Study the paragraph below and answer the questions that follow:
Abdul has 8 factories, with different capacities, producing boutique kurtas. In the production process, he incurs raw material, cost, selling cost (for packaging and transportation) and labour cost. These costs per kurta vary across factories. In all these factories, a worker takes 2 hours to produce a kurta. Profit per kurta is calculated by deducting raw material cost, selling cost and labour cost from the selling price (Profit = selling price – raw materials cost – selling cost – labour cost). Any other cost can be ignored.
Exhibit: Business Details of Abdul's 8 Factories
Abdul has received an order for 2,000 kurtas from a big retail chain. They will collect the finished pre-packaged kurtas directly from the factories, saving him the selling cost. To deliver this order, he can use multiple factories for production.
Q. Which of the following options will ensure maximum profit from this order?