Making delivery

Making delivery

Refers to the seller's actually turning over to the buyer the assets agreed upon in a forward contract.
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i) makes every reasonable effort to avoid taking or making delivery of the asset underlying the contract; or
The Bag and Film Quoter also stores and retrieves previous quotes, bag orders, and bag artwork, cataloged by customer, making delivery of new quotes quick and easy, DTR says.
The exchange noted that any obligations to deliver "old" Wang common stock which remain unsatisfied after the record date will be able to be satisfied only by making delivery of "new" warrants when such warrants become available.
We have delivered to our first industrial customers in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, and will shortly be making delivery to our first U.
The enhancements are designed to help increase service providers' revenues and customer loyalty while making delivery of the services more cost-effective.
These products typically consist of as many as 6,000 separate parts and are customized for each customer, making delivery time a critical challenge for the company.
The content placed on the user's desktop can be updated daily making delivery of new products sites and services immediately available when the user turns on their computer.
Our servers and software are open and attuned to the requirements of worldwide telecom operators, making delivery of high-quality video-on-demand services a viable business.
SendPhotos Gold automatically inserts pictures into the body of custom-designed emails, eliminating attachments and making delivery up to 25 times faster.
The IVC Home Care Bed offers many new features designed to reduce cleaning and repair costs while making delivery and set-up easier.
In addition, Ensenda provides customers a single point of contact for all local deliveries making delivery processes easier to manage and creating a more convenient shopping experience.
MPEG-4 is rapidly emerging as the worldwide standard for the delivery of interactive video services at significantly reduced bandwidths, making delivery of next generation services more cost-effective for operators.