to-arrive contract

Definition of "to-arrive contract"
  1. A deal that ensures the delivery of a particular grade of commodity within a pre-established timeframe
How to use "to-arrive contract" in a sentence
  1. The farmer secured a to-arrive contract for his wheat crop due in autumn.
  2. The steel manufacturer entered into a to-arrive contract for the next batch of raw materials.
  3. A to-arrive contract offered her reassurance about the timely delivery of her ordered goods.

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