disposable goods

disposable goods

pl n
(Marketing) consumer goods that are used up a short time after purchase, including perishables, newspapers, clothes, etc. Also called: disposables Compare durable goods
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The bulk of regional trade consists of surgical instruments (40 percent); disposable goods, such as hospital supplies (24 percent); and therapeutic devices, such as orthopedic devices, hearing aids, and pacemakers (19 percent).
Some people associate nonwovens with apparel interlinings, others think only of disposable goods and most really seem to sandwich the material somewhere between a textile and a piece of paper.
These supposedly unrelated companies had no legitimate purpose and existed solely to seek to obtain easily disposable goods on credit including expensive motor vehicles on lease finance with no intention of paying for them.
They have been treated like pieces of garbage, disposable goods that could be dumped along with other items after Christmas.
Using these consumer products as our baseline for disposable equipment, we'll now turn to military needs and the applicability of disposable goods to a customer that often measures effectiveness in decades.
Company supplies disposable goods to surgery centers, medical facilities, labs, EMS suppliers, home health care providers & medical distributors nationwide with a focus on South Florida.
Abstract: PCBs for handheld devices are no longer considered disposable goods, and their bills of materials start from $150, with higher-end smartphones going up to $238, and tablets well over $300.
This will be supported by a growing population with increasing wealth for disposable goods, coupled with a burgeoning non-oil manufacturing sector.
Its roadmap of system products integrates technology from partners, enabling the Internet of Things by bringing intelligence to disposable goods.
These people are used as consumable and disposable goods.
Guns, drugs, and homelessness are not pleasant topics, but I wanted to explore in my book the idea that children from this background are redeemable and not disposable goods," Milardo said.
The advice included sharing magazine and newspaper subscriptions with a friend or a colleague, signing up for electronic bill payment and notifications, and refraining from using disposable goods.

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