order time

order time

1. The time elapsing between the initiation of stock replenishment action and submittal of requisition or order.
2. The time elapsing between the submittal of requisition or order and shipment of materiel by the supplying activity. See also order and shipping time.
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The Successful Tenderer Will Receive As Much Notice As Possible After The 10.30Am Order Time, But Tenderers Are Required To Make Provisions For Such Situations, With A Suggested 5-8% Extra Capacity Available For Such Excess Requirements.
The sandwich came 30 minutes from their order time. They asked us to pay again for the soup.
He said due to the average order time of at least four years for new trains, Wales will need to move quickly to avoid being left behind.
"Thanks @virendersehwag bhai agli Baar Apna order time pe Bhej dena so Mai Apko agli Diwali ke pehle deliver kardunga ..happy Diwali," Taylor quipped.
Proving pool distribution points and zone skip services gave SalonCentric's customers additional order time each day.
Lazarevic, "Stability and stabilization of fractional order time delay systems," Scientific Technical Review, vol.
It can also mean speaking a special dialect based on the Not So Secret Menu, which shortens order time and dispenses with needless verbiage.
For obtaining a better form, we have to eliminate higher order time derivatives and the mixed time and space derivatives and higher order time derivations from equation (4).
Farhhranveryclosetohis best in second, ST NICHOLAS ABBEY (79) clocked his best number of his season in third and TWICE OVER(74)rantohis recent best in fourth, the four coming home in the order Time Test figures suggested.
The linear relationship between the variable admit to order time and ED LOS had an F ratio value of significance of 0.07.
AT&T's network services support Norgren's global Enterprise Resource Planning solution, enabling the company to reduce order time substantially and better manage stocks.