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4) SCHEDULE ORDER, (n). A separate order form is used for either one or a number of items. Delivery requirements are specified as a series of quantities to be delivered by a series of specified due-dates. (5) LIST ORDER, (n). The order takes the form of a list of items and gives the quantities of each which are required. One common due-date is specified for the whole list. The use of this type of order is normally only possible with single cycle ordering. (6) SCHEDULING STAGE . (n). A point between processing stages, where sets of items are scheduled for accumulation in batches, before going on to the next processing stage.
INVESTMENT (n). The purposes to which the capital of a company is assigned. (1) LAND AND BUILDINGS (n). The investment of a company in land and buildings. (2) FIXED ASSETS (n). The amount of capital invested in machines and equipment. (3) STOCK (n). All the tangible assets of a company other than the fixed assets, comprising all the finished or saleable products, all the items to be incorporated into the finished products, and all the items to be consumed in the process of manufacturing the product, or in the carrying out of the business.
SCHEDULE 1. (V). To plan the times for starting and/or finishing work tasks. 2 (n). A list or chart showing planned starting and/or finishing times for work tasks. Note: Some sources reserve this term for the scheduling of operations on machines. Here it has a wider general meaning. It includes for example "Programming", which schedules product completion; "ordering", which schedules component manufacture and deliveries from suppliers; as well as "operation scheduling" in factory workshops. (1) JUST IN TIME (JIT).