CAPX

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AcronymDefinition
CAPXCapital Expenditure(s)
CAPXcytosolic ascorbate peroxidase
CAPXCapital Expense(s)
CAPXCustomer Accessible Parts eXpress (Grove Cranes)
CAPXCap-XX Limited (stock symbol)
CAPXCapabilities Exchange (IBM)
CAPXCapilano Excellence Scholarships (aka Board Entrance Scholarship)
CAPXCapacity Expansion 2020
CAPXcalcium paradox
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Capital expense is expected to be higher, up at USD12.0 million in 2019 rather than the USD8.0 million previously guided.
The newly inaugurated Kizad Logistics City offers warehousing services in a breakthrough pay-per-use model which allows potential customers to avoid capital expense. The new hub will be located at Kizad, adjacent to Khalifa Port.
Companies use Fidelis software to predict and optimise asset performance and to mitigate risk and achieve significant capital expense savings and increased availability.
Our customers appreciate the advancement of the technology, the increase in ease of use, and the freedom from the constraint of capital expense.
This adds capital expense, and forces power plants to idle or operate at non-efficient conditions.
The largest single saving in capital expense value terms will come from metro aggregation/load redistribution, which could contribute savings of $96 million in 2013, rising to $1.1 billion in 2017.
"When the site is completed, we will begin delivery to our customers in Vermont, much of New Hampshire, and adjacent northern New York, saving them 30-40% off their current energy bills with little capital expense."
1, 2011 (CENS) -- In a move to keep sufficient capital for hard times, Taiwan's dynamic random access memory (DRAM) and liquid crystal display (LCD) makers will enforce a cut of NT$100 billion (US$3.3 billion at US$1:NT$30) from the total capital expense planned for 2011 expansions.
Our strong top-and bottom-line performance, along with our renewed capital expense discipline, have resulted in consistent cash flow, lower debt and a very healthy balance sheet.
Upon the completion of the installment sale transaction underlying the agreement and the purchase order by the company, Tires will own approximately eight million shares of the company's common stock in exchange for approximately $4 million in capital expense contribution out of equipment costs under a purchase agreement by the company of approximately $13 million.
In addition, the solution enables IT departments to move storage from a capital expense to an operational expense, the company said.
"It allows them some capital expense flexibility on marketing, store improvements and inventory investments," Tennant said.