volume discount


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volume discount

n (Comm) → vantaggio sul volume di vendita
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Under each contract, Westpac agreed to buy a minimum quantity of merchandise and receive a volume discount (i.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently analyzed when a taxpayer must report a cash advance volume discount as income.
GSA schedules provide government agencies with access to millions of state-of-the-art, high-quality commercial products and services at volume discount pricing on a direct-delivery basis.
The extra parts and machines in the swap pool push up the number of systems to bargain with for that volume discount.
A reduction in the consideration previously used to calculate GST payable occurs as a result of surpassing a certain volume of purchases and a volume discount (sometimes referred to as a "rebate") is paid.
GSA Schedules closely mirror commercial buying practices by providing government customers access to state-of-the-art, high-quality commercial services and products at volume discount pricing on a direct-delivery basis.
Using one agency for the bulk of its travel enabled the firm to secure a volume discount.
I think there should be a volume discount for gasoline,'' said Germano, squeezing off 18 gallons of super for his 2001 BMW M5.
In addition to significantly better prices, the new contract with Office Depot offers several other key benefits, including: discounts for online ordering, volume discount bonuses, fixed core-pricing for two years with no minimum floor price established for discounts, and enhanced expenditure tracking report capabilities for purchasers.
The Platinum Distribution Plan is set up for larger scale companies that desire to be a main distributor/reseller for an entire country or territory in exchange for a large volume discount.
As previously stated in its Form 10-Q for the period ended March 31, 2005, while DUSA is seeing certain positive trends, it believes that the lower volumes of Kerastick units may be due, in part, to the continuing effects of supply levels at physician's offices who participated in volume discount purchases during late 2004 and who are working down their supplies; and also due to disruption caused by the sales force reorganization which took place during the first and second quarters.