repeat order

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repeat order

n (Comm) to place a repeat order (for)rinnovare l'ordinazione (di)
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The significant changes inter-alia include limiting the time period for executing Repeat Order to five years after date of completion of warranty of final delivery in the previous contract.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 20, 2018-Pricer announces SEK40m repeat order from Carrefour
The company added 805,000 customers in Q1, topping his estimate, while orders delivered growth and the repeat order rate both accelerated, noted Bhatia.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 30, 2017-itelligence gets repeat order for managing systems running SAP software
Instead of holding a new round of bidding, the city made the December 1999 purchase through a 'repeat order' of a September 1999 transaction won by the Office Gallery International Inc.
This repeat order, for two additional H2Station CAR-200 and associated equipment, has a total value of approximately EUR2.0m and is planned for delivery in 2017.
Comelec Commissioner Christian Robert Lim said the poll body decided to exercise the repeat order in the VCM units in view of the expected number of registered voters next year.
This is a repeat order and has been received due to the impeccable track record of the company in terms of delivery and after sales service having supplied hundreds of sets for this application.
The company's A330 MRTT solution has won 28 orders from four customers, including a repeat order. The Saudi Ministry of Defence (MODA) had first ordered three A330 MRTTs to become the new air-to-air refuelling aircraft of the Royal Saudi Air Force in 2007, stated Didier Vernet, head of Market Development for Airbus Military.
A repeat order suggests a job well done, A fourth repeat order, such as the one PFM Packaging Machinery has received from the UK's largest family-owned cheese-maker, Wyke Farms, speaks volumes for the quality and reliability of the company's equipment--and for its standards of service.
The third contract, a repeat order from a satisfied customer, is a pre-construction engineering contract from a major Northeastern U.S.
Valued at $3.6 million, the contract for 42,000 items of rock drilling tools is a repeat order from Norilsk Nickel which mines, concentrates, smelts and refines 20% of the world's nickel needs, more than 40% of palladium, 24% of platinum, 20% of rhodium, 6% of cobalt and 3.5% of copper.