Loss Reduction

Loss Reduction

Policies that a company adopts to eliminate or alleviate losses. For example, management may hire new sales staff to try to increase revenue. Likewise, it may reduce staff hours or even conduct layoffs. Loss reduction tactics may also include public relations directed at current and potential shareholders.
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Then, beginning from the breakpoint with the maximal loss reduction down to the end of the list the shifting process is executed.
Loss Control: Measures to reduce the frequency and/or severity of losses including exposure avoidance, loss prevention, loss reduction, segregation of exposure units and noninsurance transfer of risk.
Savings from loss reduction typically dwarf the savings on bank fees and usually offer the second or third largest I/S benefit.
The Luxembourg-based Swedish newspaper publisher Metro International SA announced its financial results for the first half of the year on Wednesday (4 August), posting an operating loss of USD4m, a 70% loss reduction from USD13.
The suspended loss reduction is $1, representing the recognized loss ($5) over the basis actually reduced under -32 by the P group.
Recognize that crisis management, as part of risk management, begins with prevention, loss control, and loss reduction.
Further research is needed to determine if targeting nutrient loss reduction practices within individual farms (using the whole-farm approach) might lower the cost of reducing losses compared to the current field-by-field approach.
For rolling resistance reduction, energy loss reduction of a rubber compound is made by changing the polymer type or by reducing carbon black content in the compound, add, for tire weight reduction, the number of carcass plies and rubber gauges are reduced.
Cost savings, or an operating loss reduction, occurred as a result of decreasing the patient's length of stay.
This example demonstrates that melt loss reduction can more than offset the cost of dross treatment.
Optimal Loss Reduction and Increases in Risk Aversion
What makes Water Loss Reduction stand far above other books on the subject is its comprehensive scope, covering in detail everything from the basics of water loss to almost every method of reducing it, including conventional device-based approaches, data management, simulation and optimization analysis, online monitoring, pressure management, and pipeline condition assessment and renewal planning.