FIFO


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  • noun

Synonyms for FIFO

inventory accounting in which the oldest items (those first acquired) are assumed to be the first sold

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This article reports on findings from an exploratory study which examined the qualifications, skills, and experience of local job seekers In Tropical North Queensland to ascertain their potential as FIFO workers.
The article commences with a brief outline of the origins and growth of the FIFO workforce, followed by some of the approaches used when investigating the social impacts of the FIFO lifestyle.
We achieved our annual Adjusted FIFO EBITDA guidance, excluding the litigation settlement charge, with strong sales and margin performance.
This allows previously used (and possibly previously examined) LIFO and FIFO methods to be used.
Such statements relate to, among other things, operating costs, earnings estimates, FIFO EBITDA, sales and capital expenditures and are indicated by words or phrases such as "anticipates", "believes", "expects", "forecasts", "guidance", "intends", "may", "plans", "projects", "will" and similar words and phrases.
However, the HR director noted that with regard to FIFO workers, they had to 'over promote people--frontline supervisors don't grow on trees.
Adjusted EBITDA represents EBITDA adjusted for (i) FIFO impacts (favorable) unfavorable, (ii) share-based compensation, (iii) loss on extinguishment of debt, (iv) major scheduled turnaround expenses, (v) (gain) loss on derivatives, net and (vi) current period settlements on derivative contracts.
The systems leverage the Cypress FIFO solution to buffer HD images for progressive-to-interlaced and interlaced-to-progressive conversion, perform frame synchronization with variable delay buffering, and enable sophisticated filtering operations via programmable flags and write-mask and read-skip features.
Discussion of FIFO tends to include Drive In Drive Out (DIDO) and Bus In Bus Out (BIBO).
Alongside this research is an additional body of work that has examined FIFO work through the lens of psychology and has drawn attention to the emotional demands this work has upon not only employees, but their partners and children as well (for example, Watts 2004; Kaczmarek & Sibbel 2008; Pirotta 2009; Taylor & Simmonds 2009).
The EF-E injection unit is based on a FIFO (first in, first out) injection system mounted horizontally above the pressure platen in combination with an additional All-Out technology piston injection unit.
The study aimed to develop a model that predicts the choice of inventory system through a comparison of long-time FIFO users with long-time LIFO users.
Second, the cash that affected companies would pay in higher taxes on the recapture of the LIFO reserve or on ongoing operations under the FIFO method would not be available to replenish the inventory sold.
Second, we would encourage managers everywhere to implement a new inventory method that combines the advantages of FIFO and LIFO.
In addition, free FIFO design examples are available now for current GMAC & 10GMAC customers providing full line rate support for back-end user logic.