Batch-level cost

Are the costs or expenses related to a batch or products not the individual product (e.g. setting up cost of a plant) but these cost are easily traceable to a individual product

Unit level activities have cost or expenses that are incurred for single item of production process while batch level Batch-level activities includes costs and expenses (called  Batch-level cost) that are directed related to a batch of items and not a single or individual item. Examples of these costs or expenses include set-up cost of machinery and plant, moving materials and loading machines etc. 

A batch of products may contains 2 to any number of items and term is generally used in managerial accounting to describe that some costs relate to a batch of products as opposed to costs that relate to an individual item