level of supply

level of supply

The quantity of supplies or materiel authorized or directed to be held in anticipation of future demands. See also operating level of supply; order and shipping time; procurement lead time; requisitioning objective; safety level of supply; stockage objective.
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For the third time in four years, consumer and industrial products professionals reported the highest level of supply chain abuse for the past 12 months (39.
Years of underbuilding means demand would have to fall dramatically to meet the low level of supply increases.
Years of underbuilding means demand would have to fall very dramatically to meet the low level of supply increases.
This came when the First Vice-President met at the Council of Ministers' General Secretariat , Minister of Oil and Gas, Dr Mohammed Zayed Awad who said in press statement that he briefed the First Vice-President on level of supply of oil products in the country and consumption of fuel of the agriculture and electricity sectors in this season.
By increasing visibility it can also double the level of supply chain intelligence.
An average of 38 homes were available per estate agency branch in August, marking the lowest level of supply seen since January 2004, when 38 properties were also available, August also saw a dip in house hunters, with an average of 408 registered per member branch, down from 462 in July.
Our goals are to ensure a reasonable level of supply to all customers, minimize supply interruptions, reduce lead times and restore supply/demand balance," says LignoTech USA CEO Attilio Caruso.
He said what counts in the level of supply is the average amount exported over the year and monthly reports should not be regarded as reliable sources in this regard.
Luzon would need additional capacity by 2018, because you are better off with comfortable level of supply.
This reflects the regional and global role of Dubai but does suggest that the level of supply has increased ahead of the maturity of the market," added Graham Coutts.
While demand has remained positive, this has triggered an even stronger level of supply, increasing by around 140% (around twice the level of net absorption) over the past two and a half years.
The removal of the tax, adds the statement, will allow Tunisia to recover its place at the level of supply of aircrafts of different national and foreign air companies, as the prices of kerosene have become competitive compared with those applied in other countries.