replacement demand


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replacement demand

[ri′plās·mənt di‚mand]
(engineering)
A demand representing replacement of items consumed or worn out.
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Nevertheless, it is anticipated that the market volume in the first quarter of 2011 will enjoy both sequential and year-on-year growth for the first time since the fourth quarter of 2007, driven largely by rising replacement demand for commercial desktop PCs in 2011.
Option 1: Delivery of HW / SW in replacement demand and expansion.
Analysts attributed the fall to fewer trade-ins of popular vehicles due to longer holding periods of passenger cars and a decrease in replacement demand for trucks by companies because of the economic slump.
The holdback may be replaced at the option of the holder, a first demand guarantee or a joint and several guarantee, as provided for in Article 102 of the Code of public contracts, if the contracting authority does it not object after examining replacement demand.
Currently, the manufacturers are enjoying brisk replacement demand.
Moreover, the replacement demand in the enterprise market is expected to emerge due to the recovery of global economy and positive market response to Windows 7.
The key challenges identified are high prices of branded modular kitchens and low replacement demand.
CARE Research expects the positive trend in the Indian pipe industry to continue in the next 3-5 years on the back of high oil and gas discoveries worldwide, increased efforts by the Government of India (GoI) on infrastructure development for laying pipelines for oil & gas transport, replacement demand from US and European countries, water & sewage transport and irrigation facilities.
The holdback may be replaced at the option of the holder, a demand guarantee or a joint and several guarantee, as provided for in section 102 of the Public Procurement Code, if the contracting authority does it not object after examining the replacement demand.
Affected by the global financial crisis, consumer demand for pay TV or value-added services is expected to experience declines until year-end 2009; nevertheless, with various countries legislating for TV digitization, new or replacement demand for digital STBs is expected to see further growth
Purchase of replacement demand Dortmund University of Technology (Lot 1) and the Ruhr-University Bochum (Lot 2) of printers and MFPs.
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