planning horizon


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planning horizon

[′plan·iŋ hə‚rīz·ən]
(industrial engineering)
In a materials-requirements planning system, the time from the present to some future date for which plans are being generated for acquisition of materials.
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The public consultation aimed to inform stakeholders of the country's energy demand and supply outlook for the planning horizon as well as the roadmaps of the energy sector towards the fulfillment of its overall objectives by 2040.
We have always had among the shortest planning horizon for a developing country.
The retailer and its trading partners now have, for the first time, a complete up-to-date digital model of their business--that is, a digital twin of the physical supply chain-containing all projected product flows from factory to consumer for an extended planning horizon of 52 or more weeks.
"I would not ever rule something out," Fils-Aime told Kotaku, "But what I can tell you is certainly [the N64 Classic is] not in our planning horizon."
Weak institutions lead to lower predictability of Armenian LRGs' budgetary policies, narrow their planning horizon and hamper long-term development plans.
The Advocate Outpatient Center in Des Plaines, Ill., is among the first in a series of more than 30 new Advocate clinics in the Chicagoland area to be delivered over a 10-year planning horizon. A highly-collaborative, ongoing partnership with an Integrated Lean Project Delivery (ILPD) team, including Advocate patients, physicians, nurses, staff and leadership, developed a standardized "Core Module" and architectural language adaptable to each community location.
The TDP is aligned and harmonized with the DOE's Power Development Plan 2016-2040, which details the government agency's planning horizon for the Philippine energy sector.
From the perspective of a carrier, this article divides the entire shipping planning horizon into a series of time windows and converts the carriers' market shares into shippers' choice inertia.
Managing director Dr Philip Jonkergouw said: "It's simply risk and cost benefit analysis at a very large scale, looking at all potential risk factors over a given planning horizon for all assets - in some cases more than a million pipe sections underground - to help identify which assets need maintenance or replacement and when.
The long duration of the tenancy agreement of "Patina" will provide the Group with sufficient time to recuperate its initial investments and maintain stability of the business of "Integrated Senior Wellness Hub" and at the same time facilitate the Group to formulate its strategy in relation to the "Integrated Senior Wellness Hub" over a long term planning horizon.
And in the next 30-40 years planning horizon, the anticipated addition of 2.0 billion people into the world will further require massive investments - and that leaning is seen toward the more conventional sources, which in decades past had been sufficiently provided by fossil fuels.
Considering its current five-year planning horizon, ARLP is estimating total average maintenance capital expenditures of approximately $4.72 per ton produced for long-term distribution planning purposes.
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