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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The bone fixation implant is pre-loaded into an easy-to-use delivery instrument.
of which 29,172,502 will be delivered pursuant to an allotted share delivery instrument.
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.
The delivery instrument is easily attached to the PerClot(TM) bellows dispenser and enables hemostat delivery under direct vision to the wound site for the control of capillary, venous and arterial bleeding.
Berlin, Germany -- Berlin, Germany, June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- - ARENA haemodialysis delivery instrument and Renalsoft HD dialysis software system launched at the World Congress of Nephrology
The Coupler includes a delivery instrument, a vessel measuring gauge and implantable ring devices to connect blood vessels.
Lower grain prices, improved cattle prices and the recent introduction of a new delivery instrument are expected to result in improved veterinary instrument sales over the next three to six months.
provides next generation minimally invasive systems for spine repair that combine expandable implants with novel delivery instruments to provide enduring functional benefits for patients.
Picasso I is a minimally invasive system that includes a selection of screw and rod delivery instruments and implants.
As a result, routine research and tests results can be in error based on simple misunderstanding or misapplication of liquid delivery instruments.
John joined Affymetrix in 1995 where over the next 10 years he gained broad technical and commercial management experience as Manager and Director of Software Development, Vice President of Software Development and Chip Design, and Vice President of Informatics and Instrumentation, overseeing a diverse team of up to 150 engineers and mathematicians responsible for the delivery of all commercial microarray designs for a broad range of genomic applications as well as the core system products such as a confocal microscope scanner, chip autoloader, and liquid handling and fluid delivery instruments used to process microarrays.
Contract notice: Purchase and the gradual delivery instruments for endoscopy.