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Bulking

A brokerage's practice of combining a large number of orders to buy or sell a security and executing them as one. Bulking may occur for odd lot orders, or for orders below the minimum the counterparty wishes to sell or buy.
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Our main goal was to work closely with CES to customize a channel lineup for each facility that would exceed the programming expectations of the residents while reducing their overall monthly operating expense," said Jay Carothers, director of sales operations for Bulk TV & Internet.
Some retailers have been reluctant to expand their bulk food options because it does require labor to keep the bins full and clean.
The unit measures 2210mm H x 3380mm W x 1980mm D and accommodates bulk bags of all popular sizes.
Specializes in hard-to-handle, abrasive or friable materials, railcar unloading of bulk materials, and in-plant batching and weighing.
That doesn't mean the average bulk buyer saves more money in the long run.
Increased use of fillers such as PCC, which reduces copy paper bulk and stiffness;
167(a)-14, however, would treat a bulk purchase of mortgage servicing rights subject to Sec.
The trend is toward using bulk storage at the foundry, or portable bulk tanks that can be shuttled between supplier and user.
Theoretical considerations and experiments with other materials led the team to expect large optical differences between the indium phosphide clusters and the bulk solid.
When the need to haul bulk arises, the operator simply moves the units, via an overhead track, into position.
At RPP Containers we've positioned ourselves as the knowledge and service hub for reusable plastic bulk containers by providing a high level of product expertise and customer service," said Scott DeNoma, president of RPP Containers.
National Bulk Foods Week continues to be one of the most compelling ways for retailers and consumers to showcase their love for foods from bulk bins," said Brett Karminski, brand manager at Frontier Co-op, founding BIG member.