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reorder cycle[re′ȯr·dər ‚sī·kəl]
The interval between successive reorder (procurement) actions.
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Direct Checks was favorably impacted by lower advertising expense due to the timing of new customer acquisition and the lengthening of the reorder cycle
Management believes that its core-manufactured goods are gaining traction due to strong reorder cycles
We are aggressively pursuing a refined merchandising strategy which includes: improvements to the customer focus of store inventory mix; regionally aligned inventory, particularly in rail line specific merchandise; vendor-managed inventory programs with primary vendors; and more frequent reorder cycles