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reconditioning

[‚rē·kən′dish·ən·iŋ]
(engineering)
Restoration of an object to a good condition.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It is alleged the pair deceived customers by increasing prices for engine reconditioning work - often several times the initial quote - and then seizing vehicles when customers refused to pay the inflated amounts.
The new mobile application allows in-house reconditioning and all United States and Canadian vendor partners to more easily track and manage work requests, thereby enabling dealers to turn their inventory and place it in front of customers faster.
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iReconCars allows dealers to automate the reconditioning process to control expenses.
The GCA Contract includes the following clause providing for the delivery or reconditioned coffee against the contract: "Reconditioning: Sound coffee and/or damaged coffee, reconditioned to bring it into conformity with this contract is deliverable within thirty (30) days of original tender.
Building on more than 20 years of experience in the reconditioning business each, both joint venture partners will join forces to offer IBC washing, re-bottling and laundry services as well as HDPE recycling services to the Scandinavian market.
The meeting approved number of projects in communication sector worth Rs 266.366 million including reconditioning of roads and bridges in rural areas, flood protection schemes and some schemes of health and information technology departments to be implemented during the coming fiscal year.
Reconditioning or maintenance costs of a large rolling bearing typically amount to between 15% and 70% of the cost of a new bearing, depending on the extent of the reconditioning work involved.
Companies operating in several industries in the UAE can benefit significantly from reconditioning mechanical parts as opposed to buying new ones, says Rajeev Daswani managing director of Marami Metal Plating.
New Delhi, June 7 -- On the occasion of World Environment Day, Tata Motors has launched 'Tata Motors Prolife' a customer-focused service programme to recondition engine long blocks, aggregates, parts to ensure quality reconditioning which will result in superior performance of the vehicle.
"Reconditioning tooling here in the US for the North American market allows Medesa customers to receive high-precision, close-tolerance work from a company that has also built its reputation on the same," says Schober USA's Karl Schober."Performing this work in our centrally located Cincinnati-area facility is much more convenient and quicker than shipping these tools overseas, plus we help them avoid costs and delays associated with customs clearance."