over-capacity


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over-capacity

[ˌəʊvəkəˈpæsɪtɪ] Nsobrecapacidad f
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PLANS have been lodged to build a new replacement primary school in the city in a bid to tackle over-capacity issues.
Carrier Outlook: Over-capacity and the Freight Recession of 2019 is now available to FreightWaves SONAR subscribers on the SONAR platform.
Airline stocks climbed after Ryanair said deliveries of Boeing's 737 Max planes may be delayed further, raising the prospects of easing over-capacity in the European market.
He said, 'I think particularly that is the case in continental Europe, where there are very large banks that are now undertaking very major changes, but also there are many small institutions which give over-capacity to the continental European banking sector.'
This would ultimately still mean Kellands would be over-capacity by 15 when the changes would come into effect in August next year.
He said these projects, when completed, will increase the treatment capacities and volume of water delivered, and improve the water pressure in stressed areas where ageing pipes have burst and at over-capacity treatment plants.
As a result, there has been a "disruption in the entire world economy for steel" because the amount of over-capacity has had huge consequences on the steel industry elsewhere: "The export-oriented Chinese industry is undermining steel economies around the world."
The US move has sparked fears of a trade war and a No 10 spokesman said: "Tariffs are not the right way to address the global problem of over-capacity."
REGIONAL airline Flybe, which operates from Cardiff Airport, said slowing consumer demand and over-capacity sent it swinging to a loss last year.
The failure of Hanjin, the South Korean shipping company and seventh largest container line in the world, is an indication of how the drop in cargo rates as a result of over-capacity is affecting the shipping branch world-wide, a shipowner said.
Our fishing industry has been decimated as fishing communities across the east coast have been sold down the river and heavy industry from coal to iron and steel have been closed with the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs, as EU bureaucrats decreed that we must downsize due to world over-capacity.