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Loss Reduction

Policies that a company adopts to eliminate or alleviate losses. For example, management may hire new sales staff to try to increase revenue. Likewise, it may reduce staff hours or even conduct layoffs. Loss reduction tactics may also include public relations directed at current and potential shareholders.
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The USAID director of energy, Melissa Knight said that USAID would continue projects for DISCOs to help them in loss reductions and improve revenues.
Further rating strengths include the wide and multiple-channel distribution network of VIP, innovative product designs and significant loss reductions in its UK subsidiary.
The loss reductions are then, linearly normalized into a [0, 1] range with the largest loss reduction having a value of 1 and the smallest one having a value of 0.
By combining the network reconfiguration and optimal capacitor placement methods for loss reduction in a radial distribution system, the better results can be obtained than that of using one at a time.
As round the clock operation is now the norm in many distribution and logistics facilities, the cumulative heat loss reductions afforded by the high-speed 855 door can be considerable.
The difference of the loss reductions for different order of breakpoints is 0.
M] from feeder F1 to feeder F2 results in loss reduction.
And in claims processing--specifically physical damage to automobiles--Internet technology is delivering truly remarkable savings with loss reductions of as much as 16%.
Within each farm, nutrient loss reductions are dependent on site-specific physical characteristics and management practices.
Our continuing revenue growth and operating loss reductions are strong evidence that this strategy is working.
In addition to achieving positive cash flow in the quarter for the first time since becoming a public company, Poore Brothers achieved significant earnings progress versus the second quarter of last year, as well as compared to the first quarter of 1998, with net loss reductions of 74% and 37%, respectively.