delivery forecasts

delivery forecasts

1. Periodic estimates of contract production deliveries used as a measure of the effectiveness of production and supply availability scheduling and as a guide to corrective actions to resolve procurement or production bottlenecks.
2. Estimates of deliveries under obligation against procurement from appropriated or other funds.
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It is recommending the Department for Transport and Network Rail publish a revised programme of rail electrification improvements, including the rationale for prioritisation between projects, with updated cost and delivery forecasts.
This financial performance will continue its upward trend in 2015, to tend to the ambitious figure of 2 billion dollars, due notably to the even higher delivery forecasts.
Rather than forecasting output as one big chunk of contractual and send-out demand, delivery forecasts for both categories can be planned by the hour.
Honeywell, Bombardier, Embraer Bombardier, Embraer, Honeywell share jet delivery forecasts.
According to Kidd, the Imaginetics has has begun to benefit from substantial growing demand in the airframe and aerostructures supply chain, as original equipment manufacturers struggle to secure capacity to allow them to meet aircraft delivery forecasts.
Although we see this cancellation having no impact on our 787 delivery forecasts out to 2015, this news could have a negative impact on investor sentiment towards Boeing and its suppliers," Rob Stallard, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets in London, wrote in a note.
The two companies have stuck by their 2003 jet delivery forecasts - 300 for Airbus and 280 for Boeing - but they concede those targets may be difficult to achieve if geopolitical events put further pressure on airlines already in the red.
A weakening of the global economy could also lead to a revision of the Airbus delivery forecasts, Mr Forgeard added.
Independent 10-year annual aircraft delivery forecasts for over 45 aircraft types.
In addition, the report covers the necessary steps needed for performance enhancement through technology development and development factors, as well as product delivery forecasts.
Meanwhile, Boeing chief executive Phil Condit believes it possible that 2002 earnings for the world's largest commercial aircraft manufacturer will still be higher than those posted last year, despite reduced delivery forecasts and plans for major job cuts.