secondary distribution


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Secondary Distribution

The sale of a security that has already been issued. Generally speaking, it refers to the sale of a security by a private investor (usually a corporation) to a member of the general public. It is also called a secondary offering. See also: Secondary market.

secondary distribution

The sale of a block of existing, not newly issued, securities with the proceeds going to the present holders rather than to the issuing firm. An especially large secondary distribution may put pressure on the security's price until the additional shares or bonds have been assimilated in the market. Also called secondary offering. Compare primary distribution. See also registered secondary distribution, special offering, spot secondary distribution.
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Thus, the primary and secondary distributions lines in rural areas caused high line resistance and I2R losses in the line.
Clayville CDC does the secondary distribution for all of the Clover branded products as well as the following well-known brands: RedBull, Epic, Unilever, Dairy Belle, Escort and Enterprise
He said: "This will cause prices to rise and will push customers into using more regional coldstores to save money on the primary and secondary distribution. Building new stores isn't viable at the rates currently being paid so suppliers will be looking at how we can do more on a 'just in time' basis to make the best use of their own factory space."
In addition, end-use industries are deploying ring main units in secondary distribution networks for uninterrupted power supply.
Siemens has also been awarded an additional contract by Kahramaa for the provision of 654 NX Air 11kV air-insulated switchgears, inclusive of protection for secondary distribution, for greater reliability and stability of Qatar's electricity network.
Siemens has also been awarded an additional contract by Kahramaa for 654 NX Air 11kV air-insulated switchgears, inclusive of protection for secondary distribution, for greater reliability and stability of Qatar's electricity network.
And we will explore the effect of different decision modes on optimal customization degree factor and put forward the optimal customization degree decision model based on the profit secondary distribution strategy.
The owner of the Global Agency, which has the distribution rights to the much-loved "Magnificent Century" ("MuhteE-em YE-zyil"), "Love at First Sight" ("AE-k Emek yster") and "The Blossoms in My Heart" ("Kalbim DE[micro]rt Mevsim"), Izzet Pinto, said that they have already made deals with the companies that do the secondary distribution of the series in the Arab region and he does not expect the cancellation of any of those deals.
Bill Koshut moved from vice president of operations to director general for North American operations; Bob Schmidt moved from vice president of sales to vice president of sales for secondary distribution and marketing for North America; Jeff Glaser moved from plant manager to vice president of operations and human resources for North America; Vincent Mar-rell has been appointed to the new position of vice president of key accounts; Charlie Gorman moved to national sales manager for the south U.S.
"This acquisition marks a leap forward for Safran in electric power systems, particularly in electric power generation and primary and secondary distribution where it is taking the global no.
The system also includes 5,780 miles of subtransmission lines at 33 kV, completed by 17,018 miles of secondary distribution at 13.8 kV, as well as 21,467 miles of primary distribution at 4.16 kV.

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