rectification costs

rectification costs

the cost of additional work which has to be performed in order to bring defective or damaged components or products up to standard. See QUALITY CONTROL.
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During the warranty period, the contracting authority shall not be liable for any damage of the procured derived from normal and proper use and will not be charged any amount for labor, parts, materials and other rectification costs excluding consumables materials.
They notch up higher rectification costs -an average pounds 125 for women against pounds 516 for men -and injure themselves more than women (10 per cent against women's one per cent).
These rectification costs charged by the manufacturers have risen," he said.
The volume impact was partially offset by lower expense relating to charges incurred in fiscal 2001 for a customer bankruptcy of $855,000, product rectification costs of $450,000 and $390,000 for the cost of workforce reductions.
This is very clearly an act of mindless vandalism perpetrated by someone who has no regard for the landowners they have impacted or our customers who will ultimately carry the burden of any repair and rectification costs.
Lower volumes caused a decrease in operating income that was more than offset by reduced expense relating to charges last year for product rectification costs of $450,000 and $390,000 for the cost of workforce reductions.
09 per share, for product rectification costs relating to one customer.
The most significant reasons for the year-to-year decrease in Operating Income were lower volumes, the $855,000 third quarter charge relating to the customer bankruptcy, and charges earlier in the fiscal year for workforce reduction of $390,000 and $450,000 for product rectification costs.