avropsberättigade

English translation: those authorised to place call-off orders

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Swedish term or phrase:avropsberättigade
English translation:those authorised to place call-off orders
Entered by: Larissa Ekonoja

13:39 Apr 12, 2005
Swedish to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general) / Proposal/tender
Swedish term or phrase: avropsberättigade
Förteckning över avropsberättigade till avtalen

I have seen previous comments about avrop, but I am having trouble with this term, specifically avropsberättigade. For Leveranstid efter avrop and Hävning av avrop I've used Call-off order, but I'm having a very hard time understanding avrop in this context. Help!
Larissa Ekonoja
Local time: 16:31
those authorised to place call-off orders
Explanation:
That's my suggestion - a list of those people within the company authorised to send out call-off orders, so that suppliers can be confident the orders are genuine and that the person placing the order is fully authorised to do so. This would be standard commercial practice, once the underlying framework agreement (ramavtal) has been put in place between the companies.
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Peter Linton
Local time: 15:31
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Thanks, using this as it fits the context very well.
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avropsberättigade
those authorised to place call-off orders


Explanation:
That's my suggestion - a list of those people within the company authorised to send out call-off orders, so that suppliers can be confident the orders are genuine and that the person placing the order is fully authorised to do so. This would be standard commercial practice, once the underlying framework agreement (ramavtal) has been put in place between the companies.

Peter Linton
Local time: 15:31
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Thanks, using this as it fits the context very well.
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