Quaker plan

Quaker plan

In the late 17th and early 18th centuries, the plan of a three-room stone or brick house found primarily in Pennsylvania; typically had one large room with a fireplace in one corner and an exterior chimney, and two small rooms along side it, one serving as a vestibule and the other as a bedroom. Also See Penn plan.
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By the end of next year, Quaker plans to have moved four of the operations that are in leased spaces into the new facility.
To accomplish this, Quaker plans to reconfigure the company's food and beverage warehouse and delivery systems, among other moves.
Between this year and the middle of 1998, Quaker plans to spend $60 million for new equipment and has a $35 million capital expenditure plan, the largest in the company's history.