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durable goods

[¦du̇r·ə·bəl ′gu̇dz]
(engineering)
Products whose usefulness continues for a number of years and that are not consumed or destroyed in a single usage. Also known as durables; hard goods.
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chip producers as the second safest among durable goods manufacturers, the Semiconductor Industry Association said today.
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The most recent information on durable goods consumption has remained positive.
Purchases of durable goods and investment in capital equipment declined in the fourth quarter.
The company selected IDS Scheer's ARIS SmartPath for Durable Goods, a bundled solution of mySAP[TM] All-in-One enterprise software, ARIS-based industry specific reference models, and consulting services.
According to Beitel, the percentage of growth is anticipated to level off in 1995 as the automotive industry sees a build-up of inventory due to slowing of the economy and less demand for durable goods.
Meanwhile, in-mold film decorating is making big strides in auto parts and other durable goods as a cost-effective and environmentally benign alternative to painting, plating, printing, and hot stamping.
economy slightly improved on April durable goods orders in the United States that were not as downbeat as expected.
The new company MBA Polymers Austria--Kunststoffverarbeitung GmbH will process highly mixed plastics resulting from the legislated take-back and recycling of durable goods, such as appliances and electrical equipment, which takes place on a large scale in Europe.
Demand for durable goods - costly manufactured products, including automobiles, household appliances and computers - rose by 2.
Since 2004, durable goods losses have been lead by "white-collar" job losses, a drop of 10.
Durable goods are defined as products expected to have a service life of three or more years.

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