CCNR

AcronymDefinition
CCNRConseil Canadien des Normes de la Radiotélévision (French: Canadian Broadcast Standards Council)
CCNRCanadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility
CCNRCentral Commission for Navigation on the Rhine
CCNRCommission Centrale pour la Navigation du Rhin (French: Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine)
CCNRCall Completion on No Reply (ISDN)
CCNRCall Completion No Reply
CCNRConnecticut Conference on Natural Resources
CCNRCanada Committee on Natural Resources
CCNRCopper Cliff Nickel Refinery (Ontario, Canada)
CCNRConte Center for Neuroscience Research (Boston University; Boston, MA)
CCNRCenter for Complex Network Research at Northeastern University
CCNRCompletion of Call Not Responding (telecommunications)
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According to CCNR Representative, Larry Teague, "We see the market for canned coffee developing very rapidly in Korea.
Since its inception, CCNR has pioneered the development of ready-to- drink teas and coffees through Coca-Cola Bottlers in North America, Asia, Europe and Latin America.
Our company was formed in March 1991, and I believe this aggressive product launch program symbolizes what an exciting and dynamic company we have in CCNR," said CCNR president and chief executive officer, Harry E.
CCNR was able to move very quickly to meet that market demand," added Teasley.
CCNR, a joint venture between The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) and Nestle S.
CCNR was formed in March 1991 to manufacture and market "ready-to-drink" canned and bottled coffee, tea and chocolate-based beverages internationally.
The Government will be conducting an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the portion of the Cross Island Line (CRL) around the Central Catchment Nature Reserve (CCNR), to ascertain how various alignments could affect the CCNR.
The EIA will include an assessment of the possible environmental impact on the CCNR by possible direct crossing and skirting alignments during various phases of the project, including the investigative works required.