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These excerpts taken from the HXL 10-K filed Feb 12, 2009.

Backlog

 

In recent years, our customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery performance.  While we have many multi-year contracts with our major aerospace customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be supplied by us and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific quantities to be procured.  Our industrial customers have always desired to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible.  As a result, twelve-month order backlog is not a meaningful trend indicator for us.

 

Backlog

 

In recent years, our customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery performance.  While we have many multi-year contracts with our major aerospace customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be supplied by us and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific quantities to be procured.  Our industrial customers have always desired to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible.  As a result, twelve-month order backlog is not a meaningful trend indicator for us.

 

Backlog

 

In recent years, our customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery performance.  While we have many multi-year contracts with our major aerospace customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be supplied by us and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific quantities to be procured.  Our industrial customers have always desired to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible.  As a result, twelve-month order backlog is not a meaningful trend indicator for us.

 

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In
recent years, our customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times
and “just-in-time” delivery performance. 
While we have many multi-year contracts with our major aerospace
customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’
requirements that will be supplied by us and the terms under which the sales
will occur, not the specific quantities to be procured.  Our industrial customers have always desired
to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible.  As a result, twelve-month order backlog is
not a meaningful trend indicator for us.



 



These excerpts taken from the HXL 10-K filed Feb 22, 2008.

Backlog

 

In recent years, our customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery performance.  While we have many multi-year contracts with our major aerospace customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be supplied by us and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific quantities to be

 

 

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procured.  Our industrial customers have always desired to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible.  As a result, twelve-month order backlog is not a meaningful trend indicator for us, and therefore, we do not monitor it in the management of our business.

 

Backlog



 



In recent years, our customers
have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery
performance.  While we have many
multi-year contracts with our major aerospace customers, most of these
contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be
supplied by us and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific
quantities to be



 



 



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procured.  Our industrial customers have always desired
to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible.  As a result, twelve-month order backlog is not
a meaningful trend indicator for us, and therefore, we do not monitor it in the
management of our business.



 



This excerpt taken from the HXL 10-K filed Mar 1, 2007.

Backlog

In recent years, our customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery performance. While we have many multi-year contracts with our major aerospace customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be supplied by us and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific quantities to be procured. Our electronics and industrial customers have always desired to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible. As a result, twelve-month order backlog is not a meaningful trend indicator for us, and therefore, we do not monitor it in the management of our business.

This excerpt taken from the HXL 10-K filed Mar 8, 2006.

Backlog

 

In recent years, Hexcel’s customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery performance. While the Company has many multi-year contracts with its major aerospace customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be supplied by the Company and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific quantities to be procured. The Company’s electronics and industrial customers have always desired to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible. Twelve-month order backlog is not a meaningful trend indicator for the Company, and therefore, the Company does not monitor it in the management of its business.

 

This excerpt taken from the HXL 10-K filed Feb 27, 2006.

Backlog

 

In recent years, Hexcel’s customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery performance.   While the Company has many multi-year contracts with its major aerospace customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be supplied by the Company and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific quantities to be procured.  The Company’s electronics and industrial customers have always desired to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible.  The Company has recognized that over the last few years the twelve-month order backlog is no longer a meaningful trend indicator and, as a result, ceased monitoring it in the management of the business.

 

This excerpt taken from the HXL 10-K filed Mar 11, 2005.

Backlog

 

In recent years, Hexcel’s customers have increasingly demanded shorter order lead times and “just-in-time” delivery performance.   While the Company has many multi-year contracts with its major aerospace customers, most of these contracts specify the proportion of the customers’ requirements that will be supplied by the Company and the terms under which the sales will occur, not the specific quantities to be procured.  The Company’s electronics and industrial customers have always desired to order their requirements on as short a lead-time as possible.  The Company has recognized that over the last few years the twelve-month order backlog is no longer a meaningful trend indicator and, as a result, ceased monitoring it in the management of the business.

 

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