discontinuance

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But take care to identify the right candidates for discontinuance because ABC systems report on the current profitability of a product; they do not report on future profitability nor typically on associated profits of other products.
The contracts to change resource supply levels are necessary to ensure that everyone involved in the discontinuance project understands that the supply of these resources must be managed actively if the required savings and hence additional profits are to materialize.
Marshall said most municipalities affected by the discontinuances would benefit under terms of federal legislation that require railways to pay them $30,000 per discontinued mile over three years when grain-dependent branch lines listed in schedule 1 of the Canadian Transportation Act are abandoned.
As required by federal law, CN today classified the seven lines as discontinuance candidates in its three-year network plan, which is viewable on the "Company Information" (http://www.
Parts Plus subscribers load their BOMs into the application and when a product change notification/product discontinuance notification (PCN/PDN) or end-of-life notice is released on any of their parts they are notified.
NYSE:CNI) announced today it will delay new Prairie branch-line discontinuance applications until a stakeholders' group completes work on ways to implement recommended reform of Canada's grain handling and transportation system.
Continue negotiations with groups interested in acquiring sections of the Mantario-White Bear-Elrose subdivisions in central Saskatchewan, and suspend further discontinuance steps affecting these lines while the Kroeger committees are still at work;