volume target

volume target

[′väl·yəm ′tär·gət]
(electromagnetism)
A radar target composed of a large number of objects too close together to be resolved.
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Meanwhile, POSCO revised up its annual sales volume target from 35.7 million tons to 36.2 million tons--consolidated and standalone sales targets were slightly revised up to 66.8 trillion KRW and 31.1 trillion KRW, respectively.
Turkey keeps working on eradicating all obstacles to bilateral trade and achieving bilateral trade volume target, she added.
According to Anadolu Agency, Ruhsar Pekcan, the Turkish Trade Minister, said: "With this decision, duties levied on the US originating aforementioned products will be reduced from $521.2 million to $260.6 million." Turkey keeps working on eradicating all obstacles to bilateral trade and achieving bilateral trade volume target, she added.
Second, he sees upside to the company's 1GW annual project volume target, as Lee said strong demand for both utility-scale projects and corporate commentary on increasing appetite for renewables bodes well for incremental volumes.
The fitgen e-axle will enter the market in the year 2023, Reaching a production volume target of 200,000 units/year by 2025 and of 700,000 units/year by 2030.
The reinsurer has met its business volume target, with gross written premiums (GWP) at RUB7.7 billion or 101% of the target achieved, but failed to forecast the loss performance of its immature portfolio.
PAL could hit its volume target as local carriers benefited from strong demand in recent years, according to consultancy firm CAPA-Center for Aviation.
Tan refused to give a sales volume target, but said his order was to rekindle the passion of Filipino people because in the past, this kind of cars are only offered by Japanese and Korean brands.
Purchase of pork products this holiday season may not be able to drive the local hog sector's production to reach its year-end volume target, as demand seemed to be lower than usual, resulting in a lower year-on-year total output growth.
Mazda is working to meet a global sales volume target of 1.65 million units by the end of its three-year business plan, Structural Reform Stage 2, which was launched last fiscal year.
Several facts emerged including that Maximus "will not make our volume target in the first year" and that ATOS does not employ any doctors at all to make assessments.
About 25 percent of tax prosecutions last year involved less than PS10,000 of revenues, according to the National Audit Office, not exactly the high-value, high profile ones that you'd expect - but it's easier to hit a volume target.