nondurable goods

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nondurable goods

[‚nän¦du̇r·ə·bəl ′gu̇dz]
(engineering)
Products that are serviceable for a comparatively short time or are consumed or destroyed in a single usage.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 2, 2019-: Global Non-Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers Market Report 2019 with Profiles of C&S Wholesale Grocers, Cardinal Health, Heineken Asia Pacific, Performance Food, Walgreens Boots Alliance
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Demand for non-durable goods, items such as chemicals and paper, rose 0.9 percent after a 0.5 percent rise in August.
Analyzed by chief industrial groups, production in November 2015 in relation to November 2014 climbed up by 34.2 percent in capital products, 11.5 percent in durable goods for general consumption and 22.5 percent in non-durable goods for general consumption.
Energy and water-related industries account for the biggest relative share of planned investments in 2014 (41.7%), followed by industries producing intermediate goods (31.1%) and industries producing non-durable goods (16.2%).
New orders for manufactured non-durable goods increased USD 2.8 billion or 1.1 percent to USD 259.2 billion.
In terms of industrial groups, production in the group of intermediate goods except energy increased by 7.9 percent, in durable goods for general consumption by 7.2 percent and in non-durable goods for general consumption by 12 percent.
According to Derek Engelbrecht, Retail and Consumer Products Sector leader at Ernst & Young in South Africa, the survey results indicate that the growth in durable goods and particularly semi-durable goods remained lively, but non-durable goods sales volumes disappointed.
Durable goods orders were unchanged compared to the prior month, while non-durable goods were down 1.1 percent.
On the expenditure side, private consumption grew by 0.6 percent due to increased expenditures on durable and non-durable goods. Facility investment decreased by 0.4 percent, as investment in semiconductor manufacturing equipment fell.