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These excerpts taken from the FLEX 10-K filed May 20, 2009.
BACKLOG
 
Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition, OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.
 
BACKLOG
 
Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition, OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.
 
BACKLOG


 



Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM
customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of
products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition,
OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon
contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the
backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase
orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.


 




BACKLOG


 



Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM
customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of
products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition,
OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon
contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the
backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase
orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.


 




These excerpts taken from the FLEX 10-K filed Jun 24, 2008.
BACKLOG
 
Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition, OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.
 
BACKLOG


 



Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM
customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of
products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition,
OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon
contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the
backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase
orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.


 




These excerpts taken from the FLEX 10-K filed May 23, 2008.
BACKLOG
 
Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition, OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.
 
BACKLOG


 



Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM
customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of
products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition,
OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon
contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the
backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase
orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.


 




This excerpt taken from the FLEX 10-K filed May 29, 2007.
BACKLOG
 
Although we obtain firm purchase orders from our customers, OEM customers typically do not make firm orders for delivery of products more than 30 to 90 days in advance. In addition, OEM customers may reschedule or cancel firm orders based upon contractual arrangements. Therefore, we do not believe that the backlog of expected product sales covered by firm purchase orders is a meaningful measure of future sales.
 

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