What does capital intensity mean?

capital intensity meaning in Law Dictionary

The term in economics for number of fixed or real capital contained in regards to other aspects of manufacturing, especially work.

capital intensity meaning in Business Dictionary

Measure of a strong's performance in implementation of the possessions, calculated as a ratio regarding the complete worth of possessions to sales revenue produced over certain duration. Capital intensity shows the amount of money is spent to produce one dollar of product sales income. Formula: complete possessions ÷ product sales income.