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Aggregated Shipments

The shipment of many units of a good on the same vessel, often as a container load.
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Ubiquiti Networks is focused on democratizing network technology on a global scale -- aggregate shipments of nearly 85 million devices play a key role in creating networking infrastructure in over 200 countries and territories around the world.
"Aggregate shipments in the West Group were hindered by extremely wet weather in Texas throughout the majority of the second quarter," Nye said.
As the world's largest heavy building materials operator, Lafarge-Holcim would have operations in 90 countries, annual sales exceeding $40 billion; 470 million and 384 million tons of cement and aggregate shipments, respectively; plus, 90 million yd.
aggregate shipments would touch USD 220 billion by the fiscal-end.
Aggregate shipments totaled 1,473 million square feet (MMSF, 3/4-inch basis) during 2004 and are projected to equal 1,558 MMSF in 2005.
Breakfast cereal manufacturers paid $2.6 billion for raw materials, and their aggregate shipments were valued at $9.3 billion.
Plastic labels will enjoy the fastest gains, although paper labels will continue to account for over three-fourths of aggregate shipments. Plastics will benefit from advances in resin technologies, the popularity of the "no label look" and above average opportunities for pressure sensitive, in-mold and sleeve labels, all of which are disproportionately plastic.
The aggregate shipments established a one-month import record, surpassing the previous mark of 2.37 billion SME set a month earlier.
As the world's largest heavy building materials operator, LafargeHolcim would have operations in 90 countries, annual sales exceeding $40 billion; 470 million and 384 million tons of cement and aggregate shipments, respectively; plus, 90 million yd.
officials see financial benefits and integration possibilities in their proposed "merger of equals," netting LafargeHolcim--present in 90 countries with $44 billion in sales; 470 million and 384 million tons of cement and aggregate shipments, respectively; plus, 90 million yd.
The aggregate shipments set a new one-month import record, surpassing last July's 2.17 billion SME.
The top aggregate producer reports a slew of favorable figures in a 2013 Q3 summary, complete with comparisons to the same period last year: ready-mixed concrete and cement volumes up 17 percent and 10 percent, respectively; aggregate shipments and asphalt volumes up 9 percent and 4 percent, respectively; net sales of $88 million, or 13 percent higher, along with improved gross profit $32 million, up 25 percent.
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