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computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM)

the use of COMPUTERS to integrate all facets of PRODUCTION planning and control, including product design, factory layout planning, production scheduling and stock control. See COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN, COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING.
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CIM Mortgage Trust (CMMT) said it has originated and placed a USD68 million loan with the intent to fund acquisitions and repositionings of four Miami, Florida properties.