indirect material

indirect material

[‚in·də′rekt mə′tir·ē·əl]
(industrial engineering)
Any material used in the manufacture of a product which does not itself become a part of the product and whose cost is indirect.
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Additionally DI will provide support services including labor, services, facilities, equipment, tools, related support equipment and direct and indirect material.
It's always been our goal to have the right inventory management solutions to help our customers save time and money in effectively managing any type of indirect material," said Mike Ratteree, CribMaster product development manager.
It is worth mentioning that the study is a result of the Sultanate's concern about the traffic accident and their tragic consequences, as well as the psychological burden fallen upon the citizen and the higher cost paid by the society in terms of loss of human resources, direct and indirect material damages because of the medical treatment, rehabilitation expenses and the loss of material assets.
To ensure accurate control of indirect material distribution process, a video monitoring systems records each retrieval transaction, including employee number, parts retrieved, time and date.
There are basically two B-to-B site models, though they are converging: direct material sales and purchases and indirect material sales and purchases.
The indirect material legacy of slavery includes such explicitly discriminatory practices as the Federal Housing Administration's enforcement of racially exclusionary "restrictive covenants" in its lending policies officially until 1948 and unofficially for some years thereafter.
Internet-based direct and indirect material purchasing mechanisms).
4) Examples of category I costs are maintenance & repair, utilities, rent, indirect labor, indirect material, small tools & equipment, and quality control.
The company added the notes will be sold to the initial purchasers at par, and will be fully and unconditionally guaranteed, jointly and severally, on an unsecured, senior basis, by certain of its existing direct and indirect material subsidiaries.
As the story opens, the manufacturer is beating its shipping numbers but rising direct and indirect material costs are leaving it with a profit of zero.
They did an audit and found that there were 6,600 indirect material transactions, or more than 40% that resulted in $80,000 in excess expense.
Over the next several months, she and her team will fully leverage our global raw and indirect material buy in negotiating 2012 supply agreements.