Pick Sample Clauses

Pick. A pick is when operators shall make choices of schedules, list work, and days off according to seniority.
Pick. Any material other than pulses, together with undeveloped, shriveled, discolored, damaged, split and/or small pieces of pulses, which are picked by hand or eliminated by mechanical means from the lot. The pick shall be calculated as a percentage based on the total weight of the pulses including the material to be eliminated. Quality and Quantity. The legal, operational, managerial and financial liability of the Warehouse Operator for any grain obligation(s), including company-owned grain, handled or stored by the Warehouse Operator. Schedule of Charges. The public tariff or uniform rate or amount charged by the Warehouse Operator for specific services offered or rendered under the USWA. Schedule of Fees. Those fees charged and assessed by FSA for licensing or services furnished under the USWA to help defray the costs of administering the USWA.
Pick ups shall apply uniformly to all individuals in the bargaining unit, unless otherwise provided in this Agreement.
Pick. In the situation the warehouse face today they pick the majority of all equipment from the quarantine warehouse. This means that they have to pick the items from the shelf in the quarantine warehouse and then bring it to the control area to make the necessary certification and then pick it again. In addition to the extra picking, they also use time to locate the right items in the quarantine area because this area is not organized and structured properly; items are just placed wherever there is available space. This work method makes the picking activity unnecessary time consuming. Since the equipment is in various conditions, it is difficult to estimate how much time a control would take, also because reparations are done simultaneously. It is also difficult to predict what kind of reparation that will be necessary before the control is started. This aspects eliminates the possibility to calculate the necessary time to pick and prepare orders. This practice represent an unnecessarily high uncertainty. By reducing or eliminate the quarantine storage and operate with a push strategy as mentioned earlier, the picking activity will be much more efficient and save time on outgoing shipments.

Related to Pick

  • Loading Not to place a load upon the Premises exceeding an average rate of one hundred (100) pounds of live load per square foot of floor area; and not to move any safe, vault or other heavy equipment in, about or out of the Premises except in such a manner and at such times as Landlord shall in each instance approve; Tenant's business machines and mechanical equipment which cause vibration or noise that may be transmitted to the Building structure shall be placed and maintained by Tenant in settings of cork, rubber, spring, or other types of vibration eliminators sufficient to eliminate such vibration or noise;

  • Packing 9.1 The supplier shall provide such packing of the goods as is required to prevent their damage or deterioration during transit to their final destination, as indicated in the contract. The packing shall be sufficient to withstand, without limitation, rough handling during transit and exposure to extreme temperatures, salt and precipitation during transit, and open storage. Packing, case size weights shall take into consideration, where appropriate, the remoteness of the goods’ final destination and the absence of heavy handling facilities at all points in transit.

  • Destination The term (“Destination”) means delivered to the receiving dock or other point specified in the applicable Contract Document.

  • Trash Tenant shall not allow anything to be placed on the outside of the Building, nor shall anything be thrown by Tenant out of the windows or doors, or down the corridors or ventilating ducts or shafts, of the Building. All trash and refuse shall be placed in receptacles provided by Landlord for the Building or by Tenant for the Premises.

  • Trailers You are insured against claims arising out of your ownership, use or operation of any trailer or its equipment, provided that such trailer is not being towed by, attached to or carried on a motorized vehicle. Business or Business Use

  • Shipment Dell will ship the APEX System to the Site when included as part of the APEX Service. The terms and process for shipment and delivery of the APEX System will be stated in the applicable Service Offering Description.

  • Check Meters Developer, at its option and expense, may install and operate, on its premises and on its side of the Point of Interconnection, one or more check meters to check Connecting Transmission Owner’s meters. Such check meters shall be for check purposes only and shall not be used for the measurement of power flows for purposes of this Agreement, except as provided in Article 7.4 below. The check meters shall be subject at all reasonable times to inspection and examination by Connecting Transmission Owner or its designee. The installation, operation and maintenance thereof shall be performed entirely by Developer in accordance with Good Utility Practice.

  • Containers The marine and intermodal cargo containers either owned or leased by the Borrower and employed by the Borrower in the conduct of its business, including, without limitation, refrigerated, dry van, tank, open top and flat rack containers and refrigeration units and generator sets associated therewith, but excluding any chassis for such containers.

  • Shipments The Vendor shall ship, deliver or provide ordered products or services within a commercially reasonable time after the receipt of the order from the TIPS Member. If a delay in said delivery is anticipated, the Vendor shall notify TIPS Member as to why delivery is delayed and shall provide an estimated time for completion of the order. TIPS or the requesting entity may cancel the order if estimated delivery time is not acceptable or not as agreed by the parties.

  • Cleaning 8.1 CONTRACTOR shall, at his own expenses, at all times keep the premises free from accumulation of debris, waste materials, and rubbish, and at the completion of the work, he shall remove his tools and equipment and all surplus materials, debris, waste material, and rubbish and shall leave the premises in a neat and clean condition. If CONTRACTOR does not attend to such cleaning immediately upon request, OWNER shall have the right to have this work done by others and deduct the cost therefore from the payment due CONTRACTOR hereunder.