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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As possible solutions, particularly for states with the biggest gap, AHP recommends improving "people management practices," because the high replacement demand specifically means that staff retention remains a problem.
The fall in rubber prices and revival of replacement demand have been driving the rally.
The company announced a 29% rise in first quarter profit, with Caterpillar chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman citing growth in mining and strong replacement demand for products in the United States after several years of weak sales as factors.
It said it is expecting replacement demand for 700 units in three years.
said Monday it will invest about 18 billion yen to build a power transformer plant in the United States, where replacement demand for power grid facilities is expected to remain strong.
Offering ''eco-car subsidies'' caused a surge in the replacement demand for vehicles among consumers, boosted industrial output, especially among auto and auto-parts makers, and improved employment conditions in such sectors.
No, rather with bringing workshop business to their dealers and promoting replacement demand.
This strong replacement demand is driven by highly volatile fuel prices and the introduction of newer, more efficient and capable airplanes that help airlines be more competitive.
Nokia expects features like FM radio receivers and recorders, cameras, and music players to boost replacement demand in emerging markets
1 percent in Japan in 2007, reflecting slow replacement demand among corporate users uncertain about the workability of the new Windows Vista operating system, according to data released by a private market research firm Thursday.
However, the sector continues to be important to the region and there is a high level of replacement demand for skilled workers.
This increase can be attributed to the significant growth of sales of commercial truck vehicles over the calendar year as a result of continued vehicle replacement demand and response to changes in 2007 EPA emission regulations.
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