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Current Delivery

Among several different futures contracts, the one with the shortest maturity. For example, given three futures contracts, one expiring in March, one in June, and one in September, the current deliver is the one expiring in March. It is also called the nearby deliver. See also: Most distant futures contract.
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"We will then stop growing beyond 2012 when our current delivery stream runs out." Ryanair's fleet currently consists of Boeing aircraft but O'Leary said if Airbus offered a better deal he would order Airbus planes.
The changes mean that the Trainee Enrolled Nurse intake in April 2009 will be the last under the current delivery model where trainees are employed throughout their 12-month course.
Taiwan expects ocean shippers to save $1.2bn-a-year and air passengers to save at least $3bn annually while direct postal links are expected to cut current delivery time.
"Current delivery contracts will of course be fulfilled," said HansJoachim Lauterbach, vice president of Siegwerk's business unit Publication Gravure.
Hung, however, believes that the current delivery system will work in people.
American intends to take delivery, in early 2009, of three of the aircraft previously scheduled for delivery in 2016 and the carrier also plans to continue bringing forward deliveries of the other aircraft from the current delivery schedule of 2013-2016.
'It is the intention of CRE Wales to reach a position where, by the end of September, all 43 organisations are committed to clear, timetabled and focused action plans to deliver this specific duty or to close the gaps in their current delivery
A Royal Mail spokesman said: 'Most mail will be delivered well before this time and for some customers there will be little or no change to their current delivery times.'
The current delivery process for in-home care from health-service agencies must be addressed.
The pipeline system has a current delivery capacity of approximately 2.2 million tons of product annually and includes a 1,500-ton underground storage and terminal facility in Missouri.
Our current delivery structure is unsustainable and we need to finance improvements for both customers and employees.
This digest summarizes the history of public libraries and library literacy programs; describes current delivery models; and discusses initiatives in library literacy, profiling one successful public library program that serves adult English language learners and their families.