In 2012, airberlin increased its capacity utilization rate by 1.
What does UTE stand for?
UTE stands for Utilization Rate
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 43 other meanings of UTE in our Acronym Attic
- Unité de Travail Annuel
- Universal Test Equipment (various locations)
- Universal Transaction Engine
- Unmanned Threat Emitter
- Untie the Elderly
- User Terminal Element
- User-information Transfer Entity
- Usinas Y Transmisiones del Estado (Uruguay)
- Utilities, Tools and Education
- User Terminal Element/Functional Area
- United Technical Employees Association (Michigan)
- University of Toronto Excellence Award (Canada)
- Union of Tertiary Educators of the Bahamas
- United Technologies Engineering Building (University of Connecticut)
- User Thread Environment Block (computing)
- Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (US Navy)
- Unified Technical Education Campus (Grand Junction, CO)
- United Teen Equality Center (est. 1999; Lowell, MA)
- United Thermal Engineering Corporation
Samples in periodicals archive:
He estimated that the companys capacity utilization rate would reach 100% in the third quarter this year, up from the current level of 60-70%.
ANKARA, Jan 24, 2011 (TUR) -- The capacity utilization rate of manufacturing industry was up 6 points to 74.
If the dollar falls by enough to reduce the current account deficit by 25 percent, the country's capacity utilization rate will rise from 79 percent to 86 percent.
This increases the utilization rate over 57% while saving 30% in space.
Unisys Storage Sentinel is the first product to enable enterprises with heterogeneous storage environments to increase storage utilization rates by accessing and re-allocating storage capacity from a single, virtualized pool.
4 percentage points below its long-run average, whereas the utilization rate in primary-processing industries was still significantly above its long-run average.
If pipe shops are removed from the analysis, the overall melt utilization rate jumps five more percentage points, underscoring the 1995 capacity crunch among producers of engineered castings.