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point of service

point of service, 3
1. The location at which service cables installed by an electrical utility company joins the customer’s service entrance conductors in one or more terminating enclosures.
2. The location at which a customer’s service entrance conductors joins the electrical utility company’s facilities in a transformer, vault, or enclosure.
3. The initial junction of the customer’s gas piping with either the gas company’s piping extending from the gas main and/or the regulator which reduces the pressure of an undiluted liquefied petroleum gas to the pressure normally delivered to appliances.
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Customers were previously given an estimated weight when they ordered, with the final details confirmed and invoices amended at the point of delivery.
Social care and the NHS are inextricably linked, and with the bill for care set to rise by 159% by 2040, we welcome the call to investigate how social care can also be free at the point of delivery.
Social care and the NHS are inextricably linked, and with the bill for care set to rise by 159 per cent by 2040, we welcome the call to investigate how social care can also be free at the point of delivery.
The seamless implementation of the software in all relevant production processes up to the point of delivery enables complete consistency and transparency of the data collection, which simplifies optimisation processes and gives management vital decision-making information.
The framework agreement concerns: the supply of natural gas for the delivery point indicated in the particular technical clauses (cctp); -the routing of natural gas to the point of delivery; -the services necessarily related to the supply of natural gas.
They also question if healthcare can remain free at the point of delivery.
Now it is the country's most-loved institution, and remains true to its founder Nye Bevan's wish that it should be available to all and free at the point of delivery.
Pak-Arab FertiAlizer (PFL) was the only company willing to accept Mari Petroleum's terms for supply of this gas, which included, aside from the cost of the low BTU gas, $70 million upfront investment for installation of a gas processing plant, compression facility and construction of 25 km pipeline required from point of delivery of Mari field gate upto SNGPL injection point.
WHEN the NHS was launched in 1948 by Nye Bevan it was based on three core principles: that it meets the needs of everyone; that it be free at point of delivery; that it be based on need not ability to pay.
In a press statement, the bank said, 'Jumia customers within Kampala can now order items ranging from electronics and appliances, to fashion and food - and pay using their VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Maestro card at the point of delivery.'
Derya Jinsop ATHE law provides that consumers have a reasonable amount of time to inspect goods that are delivered, which does not mean at the point of delivery. Go back and quote the Consumer Rights Act and state it is for them to prove that this damage was not present at the point of delivery.
In an article for the British Medical Journal, Dr Clive Peedell debunks the Tory government's claim that privatisation cannot happen as long as "care remains free at the point of delivery".