Dead Assets

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Dead Assets

Assets with no value that are listed on a balance sheet.
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The main post office became a partially dead asset for the USPS three decades ago, when a new mail sorting facility opened in Springfield's Gateway area.
2-acre property and its 73-year-old grandstand, which has been a dead asset since the Eugene Emeralds baseball team departed for the University of Oregon's new PK Park two years ago.
And lastly, we must capacitate the new farmers, and draw on the expertise of experienced white and black farmers, so that we can accelerate the productive capability of this dead asset in the shortest possible time," postulates Musewe.
We must revive these dead assets first by ascertaining their fair value through a land audit and compensating the holders of the title deeds for the improvements they did on the land," he says.
It mainly deals in eSourcing, Supplier Identification, End to End Supply Chain Management, MRO Process Outsourcing, and Dead Asset Liquidation.
Redcar MP Vera Baird said: "The site would never have re-opened under Corus' ownership, so it's good that they're making some money by getting rid of a dead asset.
The council would eventually have to decide whether to hold onto a dead asset, or sell the property.
want (to) investment in dead asset only with expectation that value would appreciate", Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said while speaking at a function in Mumbai last week.
Gold is a dead asset," Chidambaram told reporters in New Delhi.
One of Namibia's leading entrepreneurs, Mr Harold Pupkewitz, has said on several occasions that the secret of building successful nations "is not natural resources, but highly developed human resources: the dexterity of the human hand and the ingenuity of the human mind, which change dead assets into productive resources and so enrich the nation with the necessary productivity and efficiency--the wealth creators.
In a matter of months, I had managed to liquidate a large chunk of dead assets.
By converting historically dead assets into strong income producing cash flows, G9Fuse enables property owners to increase the sustainability of their facilities, reduce their annual escalation rate, and eliminate yearly roof maintenance costs, Gallagher points out.