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- n. Alternative form of turnaround.
- n. act or process of unloading and loading and servicing a vessel or aircraft for a return trip
“[W] ill this turnround in relative performance last?”
“David Buchler, the turnround specialist, has joined BC Partners, the private equity group, to bid for Kroll, valuing the business at between $1.5 billion and $1.6 billion.”
“The Italian industrial group, fresh from a turnround from near-bankruptcy, is also preparing to return its Iveco trucks division to the U.S. and offer the pint-sized relaunched Fiat 500.”
“Following the short turnround, Torre rested regulars Bernie”
“Policy shifts required if there was to be an economic turnround included reducing the role of the state, a vigorous industrial exports drive and increased scope for markets to allocate resources.”
“There has been a remarkable turnround in productivity.”
“The turnround Adolf Galland's mechanics achieved, refuelling and re-arming his ME 109 in a matter of minutes, enabled him to fly three sorties of 'free chase over south east England' by lunchtime.”
“He added: The credit for the turnround of Jaguar Land Rover goes to the management team and workforce of the company.”
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