Lead Time

Example Definitions of "Lead Time"
Lead Time. (i) with respect to Components, the number of calendar days between the date upon which a Purchase Order is received by SUPPLIER and the date upon which the relevant Components will be delivered; and (ii) with respect to Products, means the number of calendar days between the date upon which a Purchase Order is received by SUPPLIER and the date upon which the relevant Product is delivered to the shipping location designated by BUYER
Lead Time. The time period to be allowed between the receipt of a firm order by Novartis for the API or Products and its delivery date, which shall be, subject to Clause 12.3, for Products and for API
Lead Time. Means the time required for Avnet to assemble the Products after it has received an Order from Nutanix with a goal that for standard Products where Components are available in the Supermarket, the Lead Time shall be no more than [***].
Lead Time. The period quoted by Supplier, in the Supplier Quote, to Customer as the minimum notification period necessary to successfully fulfill an accepted Purchase Order
Lead Time. Means the minimum amount of time for Jabil to procure and receive necessary Components plus the time needed to manufacture, test and ship the Product from Jabil's facility.
Lead Time. At least 90 Business Days or such other mutually agreed upon minimum amount of time in advance of shipment that BASA must receive a Build Schedule in order to deliver Product by the requested delivery date.
Lead Time. The period from the time Supplier accepts an Order for a Product until delivery to the delivery point (EXW Incoterms), or in the case of a Hub Order, means CT2R.
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