shipping time


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shipping time

[′ship·iŋ ‚tīm]
(engineering)
The time elapsing between the shipment of material by the supplying activity and receipt of material by the requiring activity.
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Mr Al Sharif said that would shave almost a week off shipping time and eliminate any issues that might arise previously.
With facilities strategically located in Willoughby, OH, Orlando and Pensacola, FL, the new facility enables Kennedy to increase production and shorten shipping time for customers, resulting in enhanced customer service and satisfaction.
By exporting directly from Alaska to Asia the shipping time is reduced by some 10 days, reducing transport costs.
It also had experienced problems with shipping time that averaged 30 days to some external markets, making it difficult to adjust production and inventory if a shipment was lost or delayed.
Shipping and clearance times cause problems as you need to add two weeks' clearance time onto the shipping time.
The pipeline is being constructed to bypass the Strait of Hormuz, thereby cutting the shipping time by two days and reducing the impact of a possible blockade by Iran.
This new service offers a highest flexibility and fastest shipping time as customs interference will not be part of the business anymore.
Other upsides: There's no waste from cutting, shipping time is minimal, and best of all, knockoffs can be produced in hours, rather than days or weeks.
Since incorporating the new system, the company has seen less downtime in the warehouse and cut the average shipping time by 45 minutes per shift.
Additionally, the repair part shipping time is significantly longer out to the Western Pacific Ocean.
Second we analyzed the shipping time of reparable items through the two different means compared in this study.