Replacement cycle

Replacement cycle

The frequency with which an asset is replaced by an equivalent asset.

Replacement Cycle

A period of time between the purchase of an asset and its replacement with an equivalent asset. The replacement may be the result of the end of the asset's absolute physical life or its obsolescence or some other reason. It is especially important in the information technology industry in which improvements occur with (sometimes variable) frequency. See also: Depreciation.
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The original proposals placed before government allowed time for vehicles to be replaced or upgraded but the new plan outlined today will force operators into acquiring costly new vehicles ahead of their standard replacement cycle or into a regime of punitive daily charges.
Pedal cycle insurance policies generally provide a wide amount of cover - for example, for any damage to clothing and accessories, for personal accidents or the hire of a replacement cycle after a loss or theft.
Ecolab will initially take 185 Peugeot vehicles, with more supplied in line with the company's replacement cycle. Eventually the business will operate a Peugeot-only LCV fleet.
For example, recent major Hurricane Florence experienced one eyewall replacement cycle that produced a fluctuation in intensity, but Florence did not experience high vertical wind shear.
"A person who earns less than Dh8,000 a month and if he buys an expensive phone, the replacement cycle is two years or more.
to overall improvements in the capabilities of the latest handsets and a longer replacement cycle
Industry watchers presume that this is because of the increased replacement cycle of smartphones.
In the following, it is difficult to identify the elements in the complex data set which finally represent the customers' behaviour in the replacement cycle best.
Replacement passenger car tire sales increased 3% over the first quarter of 2015 to 53.3 million units, and replacement cycle tire sales increased 4% to 3.4 million units.
Non-durable products with a replacement cycle. Thousands of active customers.
As consumers use kettles frequently, the replacement cycle is relatively short.
These technological and raw material improvements have increased the life span of automotive seals and gaskets, thus increasing the replacement cycle. This is expected to impact the replacement sales of automotive seals and gaskets in the coming years.

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