volume business

volume business
volume business UK US noun COMMERCE
[U] trade in large quantities of a product or products: »

Discounters rely on attracting volume business.

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The range includes a couple of diesels but the volume business is expected to come from the 1.6 petrol model.

[C] a business that has a large number of sales: »

Online broking is a volume business that has matured during a long and roaring bull market.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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