Delivery Instrument

Delivery Instrument

A receipt or other document that the holder of a futures contract may exchange for the actual, underlying asset at expiration. The delivery instrument is easier to physically transfer than the underlying asset, but gives the holder the ability to receive the underlying at the end of the contract. They are especially useful because many futures contracts are ultimately settled in cash rather than with the actual underlying.
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Medical company Milestone Scientific (NYSE MKT:MLSS) revealed on Thursday that it has entered into an agreement to market and distribute its anesthetic delivery instrument for maxillary nerve block procedures in horses via Kentucky-based MILA International (MILA), a designer, manufacturer, marketer and distributor of veterinary products.
The bone fixation implant is pre-loaded into an easy-to-use delivery instrument.
The forceps is a much safer and efficacious delivery instrument in this instance, he said.
Ultimately, it is its own breed, a powerful document delivery instrument that integrates all of the tricks of that trade, from full-text online image documents to the U.
These shares are intended to be delivered to FEMSA or a FEMSA group company under the terms of the Allotted Share Delivery Instrument (ASDI) concluded between Heineken and FEMSA.
V (FEMSA) under the terms of the Allotted Share Delivery Instrument (the a[euro]ASDI') to be concluded between Heineken N.
EBRD Director for Energy Efficiency and Climate Change, Terry McCallion, said: This is an innovative carbon finance mechanism paired with a robust climate finance delivery instrument.
There are also the drug delivery instruments such as syringes, needles and mouth tubes.
Founded in 2004, Benvenue Medical provides minimally invasive systems for spine repair that combine expandable implants with novel delivery instruments to provide enduring functional benefits for patients.
The Project will support development and use of critical service delivery instruments and institutional arrangements essential to building a safety net system that will ultimately be capable of expanding program coverage in response to shocks, especially for households vulnerable to climatic and seasonal shocks and temporary food- insecurity.
Another study was conducted in April 2014 by undergraduate students from the College of Nursing in Mindanao State University--Iligan Institute of Technology on microorganisms on the sterilized delivery instruments.
Picasso I is a minimally invasive system that includes a selection of screw and rod delivery instruments and implants.