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Forecasting. Beginning on the Effective Date, and thereafter [Redacted], Customer will provide Lonza a rolling [Redacted] forecast of the quantity of Batches it desires Lonza to supply (a “Forecast”), with the first [Redacted] of each such Forecast binding on each Party (such amounts forecasted in the first [Redacted] of the Forecast, the “Binding Portion” of a Forecast). Any Batches which are forecast in the Forecast which are in excess of the Binding Portion shall not be binding but shall be subject to Lonza’s available capacity and only become binding once accepted by Lonza. [Redacted].

Forecasting. For the Alkermes 8700 Product, Biogen will provide Alkermes with # a ​ written forecast of Biogen’s anticipated product demand, in units, broken down on a country-by-country basis for each month of such period, which forecast will be updated by Biogen ​ and provided to Alkermes no later than ​; # an ​ good faith ​ written forecast in respect of Biogen’s anticipated product demand, in units, broken down by U.S., Europe and rest-of-world, which forecast will be updated by Biogen ​ and provided to Alkermes no later than ​; and # a quarterly inventory report providing inventory levels for work in progress (including, but not limited to, active pharmaceutical ingredients and drug product) and finished goods, which will be updated by Biogen and provided to Alkermes on a quarterly basis.

Forecasting. No later than the​ day of each ​, Customer shall supply [[Lonza:Organization]] with a written forecast showing Customer’s good faith estimated ​ requirements for Batches for the following ​ month period (the “Forecast”). No later than ​ following [[Lonza:Organization]]’s receipt of a Forecast, [[Lonza:Organization]] shall provide written notice to Customer of ​ and shall provide Customer with an estimated production schedule showing the estimated Commencement Date and delivery date of each Batch. The forecast and ​ given in this Section 6.1 shall not be binding on Customer or [[Lonza:Organization]].

Forecasting. No later than the​ day of each ​, Customer shall supply [[Lonza:Organization]] with a written forecast showing Customer’s good faith estimated ​ requirements for Batches for the following ​ month period (the “Forecast”). No later than ​ following [[Lonza:Organization]]’s receipt of a Forecast, [[Lonza:Organization]] shall provide written notice to Customer of ​ and shall provide Customer with an estimated production schedule showing the estimated Commencement Date and delivery date of each Batch. The forecast and ​ given in this Section 6.1 shall not be binding on Customer or [[Lonza:Organization]].

Forecasting. Beginning on the Effective Date, and thereafter [Redacted], Customer will provide Lonza a rolling [Redacted] forecast of the quantity of Batches it desires Lonza to supply (a “Forecast”), with the first [Redacted] of each such Forecast binding on each Party (such amounts forecasted in the first [Redacted] of the Forecast, the “Binding Portion” of a Forecast). Any Batches which are forecast in the Forecast which are in excess of the Binding Portion shall not be binding but shall be subject to Lonza’s available capacity and only become binding once accepted by Lonza. [Redacted]

During the Term, Atara will submit to Fujifilm the Rolling Forecasts (as defined in [Schedule 2]) as more specifically described in [Schedule 2] and the parties will follow the procedures in connection with such Rolling Forecasts set forth in [Schedule 2].

Forecasting for Commercial Supply. […​…] to […​…] into the […​…], […​…] shall use […​…] to […​…] (see definition in Section […​…]) the […​…] of […​…] that it […​…] to […​…] for the […​…] of […​…]. […​…] will work with […​…] to […​…] the best […​…] and […​…] to […​…] the […​…] of […​…] that it […​…] to […​…] on an […​…] after the […​…], and such […​…] will be […​…] into the […​…].

WEATHER FORECASTING (Domestic): Weather forecasting via military airfield weather facilities and DoD weather information systems.

Section # Forecasting.

6 Forecasting, Ordering and Cancellation

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