Cost Containment

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Cost Containment

Any act or strategy that attempts to reduce a company's spending. Limiting use of the corporate credit card by managers or disallowing personal long distance phone calls are both examples of cost containment.
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CPI Aisle Containment Solutions bring an unparalleled level of quality, experience and efficiency to airflow management.
c) an absorbent core disposed between said containment member and said topsheet, said absorbent core having opposing longitudinal core edges; wherein the containment member comprises respective opposing longitudinal containment member edges and a pair of elastic members respectively joined proximate to the containment member edges, and wherein the containment member comprises:
The main aim of this acquisition is to flourish its product line from rigid to flexible containment systems.
Primera Energy LLC encourages the use of these new, sophisticated surface-level containment measures to prevent surface spills or leaks.
In the case of containment systems with hard metal panels the air can leak through the gaps around the doors and hinges, and through the gaps under and above the door panels.
To find out more about industry guidelines, the benefits and drawbacks of current containment trends and the potential shape of things to come, Pharmaceutical Processing spoke with providers of pharmaceutical containment systems.
He added: "The impact loads the containment would receive by this very rapid release of energy could tear the containment apart and create an uncontrolled release.
to simultaneously install the Helix Producer and "capping stack" containment
The proposal also required that vehicles used to transport crushed cars must use a containment system to prevent loose parts from falling off of the load during transport.
Because state health departments are autonomous of federal control, their approaches to surveillance and containment are likely to vary.
Programs like the Chicago Housing Authority's "Plan for Transformation" does nothing but renew a politics of containment that accept "qualified" people of color, keeping prime real estate areas safe for potential white and affluent residents.
ATL has introduced a one-piece portable containment dike for 50-50,000 gallons.
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