Forecast Sample Clauses

Forecast. Client shall provide Catalent with a […***…] non-binding long range forecast on the first (1st) day of each Contract Year. On or before the first (1st) day of each calendar quarter, beginning at least […***…] prior to the anticipated Commencement Date, Client shall furnish to Catalent a written […***…] rolling forecast of the quantities of Product that Client intends to order from Catalent during such period (“Rolling Forecast”). Such Rolling Forecast shall include detailed ordering requirements for each of Processing and Packaging. With respect to Packaging, Client shall provide detailed instructions as to the packaging configuration and requested delivery date for Packaged Product. The first […***…] of such Rolling Forecast shall constitute a binding order for the quantities of Product and Packaged Product specified therein (“Firm Commitment”) and the following […***…] of the Rolling Forecast shall be non-binding, good faith estimates.
Forecast. On the Effective Date and on or before the first (1st) day of each calendar month following the Effective Date, Reliant shall furnish to Cardinal Health in writing, an eighteen (18) month rolling forecast of the quantities of Product that Reliant intends to order from Cardinal Health during such period (“Rolling Forecast”). The first three (3) months of such Rolling Forecast shall constitute a binding order for the quantities of Product specified therein (“Firm Commitment”) and the following fifteen (15) months of the Rolling Forecast shall be non-binding, good faith estimates.
Forecast. Client shall provide Cardinal Health with a forecast of the volume of Product to be handled by Cardinal Health under this Agreement, not less often than semi-annually (“Forecast”). The Forecast is used for the express purpose of operational planning. In the event of a significant variance from the Forecast or a change in core business that could reasonably be expected to have an adverse material effect upon the benefits to or obligations of either Party hereunder, the Party so affected may notify the other Party that it wishes to negotiate an appropriate adjustment to the Fees. The Parties must meet within thirty (30) days of such notification to discuss the merits and implementation of any such adjustment. During such meeting and for a period of thirty (30) days thereafter, the Parties shall negotiate in good faith. If the Parties are unable to come to a resolution regarding any such adjustment, the Party originally proposing the adjustment may terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days’ notice in accordance with Article 6 of this Agreement.
Forecast. HSIPL shall provide Spheris a three (3) month estimate of its Capacity and estimated requirement for proofreading each month not later than the tenth day of each month. Spheris and HSIPL must agree on the capacity objectives as well as proofing volume of Spheris not less than 30 days prior to the end of each quarter for the next quarter.
Forecast. 55.1. CLEC will provide monthly forecast information to Sprint updated quarterly on a rolling twelve-month basis for requests for Voice Grade Loops (including Subloops), Non-Voice Grade Loops (including Subloops), and HFS UNEs. An initial forecast meeting should be held soon after the first implementation meeting. A forecast should be provided at or prior to the first implementation meeting. The forecasts shall project the gain/loss of shared lines on a monthly basis by Sprint wire center and shall include a description of any major network projects planned by CLEC that will affect the demand. Forecast information shall be subject to the confidentiality provisions of this Agreement. Forecast information will be used solely for network planning and operations planning and shall not be disclosed within Sprint except as required for such purposes. Under no circumstances shall CLEC specific forecast information be disclosed to Sprint’s retail organization (excluding solely those operational personnel engaged in network and operations planning), product planning, sales or marketing.
Forecast. Each week, Customer shall provide Flextronics with a rolling six (6) month Product order forecast, by week for the first thirteen (13) weeks and monthly for the following three (3) months ("Forecast").
Forecast. DTI shall furnish to GTE, at the time the Service is ordered and annually thereafter, an updated three year forecast of usage for the 56 kbps channel and the STP port termination for each STP pair. The forecast shall include total annual volume and busy hour busy month volume. GTE shall utilize the forecast in its own efforts to project further facility requirements.
Forecast. Any forecast, which may be provided, is a good faith estimate of GTECH's anticipated requirements for the Products for the periods indicated based on current market conditions and does not constitute a commitment to purchase any quantity of Products or Services.
Forecast. Eiger shall provide on or before September 30 of each Calendar Year a non-binding good faith forecast of sales, royalties and milestones for the entire current and next Calendar Year.