delivery notice

Delivery notice

The written notice given by the seller of its intention to make delivery against an open, short futures position on a particular date. Related: Notice day.
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Delivery Notice

In futures trading, the written notice by the seller of a commodity of the intent to deliver to the buyer or other appropriate person/institution. The delivery notice may take place at any time during the notice period, which is specified in the futures contract. The delivery notice must specify the exact commodities to be delivered.
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delivery notice

In futures trading, a notice that the party having sold (short) a contract intends to make delivery of the commodity in settlement of its terms. The quantity, quality, and point of delivery are designated by the exchange. Also called transfer notice.
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Kuwabara further added: "If the customer was not available and the parcel could not be delivered, email of delivery notice will be sent to the customer.
Equipment for the main electrical plant room, which had to be installed on day one of the contract, needed eight-week delivery notice, while specialist lighting was ordered from Germany.
OIt can be frustrating to see a missed delivery notice on your front door, especially if youOre anticipating a special holiday gift,O said Myron Gray, president of U.S.
Delivery is mandatory only in specific commodities and that too only if one keeps the position open after the delivery notice period.
The solution has also enabled the company to employ the technology for processing Faccenda supplier invoices and proof of delivery notice retrieval.
It's also possible for buyers to automatically notify suppliers of payment (based on a match with the delivery notice) so the suppliers don't have to generate an invoice.
After receipt of a stoppage of delivery notice, the carrier, warehouse or other third party must hold and deliver the goods according to the seller's instructions.
Until the delivery notice period, the differential contract may be traded either separately or in addition to the "C" contract.
After receiving the order through the network, the vendor can acknowledge the order, issue a delivery notice, and dispatch an invoice through the same network.
Once the digital signature has been obtained, a purchase order and delivery notice can be matched electronically.