Pre-Closing Inventory means, regardless of where located, (i) all raw materials used in the manufacture of the Toner Products owned by the Seller and (ii) all partially completed and finished Toner Products owned by the Seller, in each case, as of August 31, 2010.
Examples of Pre-Closing Inventory in a sentence
Schedule 3(h) is a complete list of all items of inventory including any medications, supplies, products or equipment which were in stock on June 30, 2003 (the Pre-Closing Inventory).
The Pre-Closing Inventory and all adjustments through the Closing Date shall be valued using the "First In, First Out" valuation method.
The Assets shall include, without limitation, all tangible and intangible assets, which includes all rights under service contracts, furniture, fixtures, equipment, leasehold interests, hardware, software and Sellers inventory, which shall have a value (determined on a cost basis, using the first-in, first-out methodology) of not less than that of the Pre-Closing Inventory (as hereafter defined).
Solely for the purposes of the determination of the amount of Cash Consideration payable at Closing, the parties shall calculate the Cash Consideration amount at Closing by giving effect to the Pre-Closing Inventory Surplus Amount or Pre-Closing Inventory Deficit Amount, as applicable, as calculated pursuant to Section 2.6, as opposed to the Closing Inventory Surplus Amount or Closing Inventory Deficit Amount.
Any fees and expenses incurred by the Sellers in preparing the Pre-Closing Inventory Statement shall be paid by the Sellers.