cut capacity

cut capacity

[′kət kə′pas· əd·ē]
(mathematics)
For a network whose points have been partitioned into two specified classes, C1 and C2, the sum of the capacities of all the segments directed from a point in C1 to a point in C2. Also known as cut value.
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trucking regulations cut capacity while demand rose, reducing the ability of retailers and vendors to control pricing Tatriff changes rocked the boat even more.
A WEAK pound triggered by the Brexit vote, terror attacks and air traffic control strikes took their toll on British Airways owner IAG in the first six months of the year - with the group poised to cut capacity and review investments as a result.
China's coal production declined sharply in May as measures to cut capacity began to take effect, Xinhua reported.
However, some of the shuttered mills in Hebei are resuming production, after being closed as part of the provincial government's efforts to cut capacity.
TonenGeneral, which operates two CDUs at the plant - the 185,000-bpd No 2 unit and 83,000-bpd No 3 unit - will cut capacity of each CDU by 5,000 bpd, a spokesman said.
cut capacity. The table is driven by a Siemens servomotor with speeds up to 45 ft/min and up to 15 cuts/min.
"As many of Europe's flag carriers cut capacity on short haul routes, Ryanair looks forward to using these new Boeing 737 MAX 200 aircraft to grow at many more of Europe's primary airports."
Dubai: Runway repair works at Dubai International that has significantly cut capacity at one of the world's busiest airports is running ahead of schedule.
The Financial Mirror This Week: 10 Years Ago Gloomy prospects for tourism, tax rises ahead Airlines cut capacity: Taxman cometh: Erdogan unchanged: Cars most expensive: Evrika profits rise: SocGen in Limassol: Stock Market: Euro record: Financial Mirror Airlines said they would cut back on flights to Cyprus that would result in fewer tourist arrivals in 2004, while the gloomy prospects for the new year were made worse by news that the tax authorities were planning to back-date collections from the 1999 stock market boom, according to the , issue 548, December 31, 2003.
The carrier plans to raise passenger capacity this year by 1.5 percent overall, Calavia said, adding that it would continue to cut capacity in cargo, where operating losses have ballooned.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Company Watch) 10/21/2012 United Continental expects to cut capacity in 2013.