product line


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product line

[′prä·dəkt ‚līn]
(industrial engineering)
The range of products offered by a firm.
A group of basically similar products, differentiated only by such characteristics as color, style, or size.
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First, there is a relatively large difference in viscosity among the various available product lines.
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With our extensive knowledge of the market and customer contacts, we believe that the JMST product line can significantly affect Reflect's earnings this year.
The Incache product line monitors application and database security, providing real-time alerts to IT administrators of unauthorized access attempts, as well as an audit trail for forensics.

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