KAPL


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AcronymDefinition
KAPLKnolls Atomic Power Laboratory
KAPLKerala Ayurveda Pharmacy, Ltd. (Kerala, India)
KAPLKing Abdulaziz Public Library (Saudi Arabia)
KAPLKarnataka Antibiotics Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (India)
KAPLKinetic Avionic Products Limited (UK)
KAPLKempsville Amateur Pool League (Virginia Beach, Virginia)
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As a technician/specialist, a union will give us the voice we need to hold KAPL accountable to fair compensation, reasonable treatment and continued success into the future.
Noting the critical role KAPL employees have with the United States nuclear Navy, IFPTE Local 147 President Charlie Trembley said members are honored KAPL employees want to become part of Local 147.
As more of our colleagues join IFPTE, the more effective our ability in working with Bechtel to ensure its treatment and compensation of employees is fair, and their service to the Navy is outstanding and efficient," said Trembley, a design coordinator at KAPL.
Ascending the podium, Faisal bin Abdulrahman bin Mumar, the Advisor to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and General Supervisor of the KAPL, said the prize has scored a record turnout from researchers all over the world, citing that in the last version 154 from 18 countries in 13 languages have taken part in the contest, congratulating the new winners on their new titles.
He lauded the French President's speech and keenness to inaugurate the key expo, in the presence of Saudi Deputy Foreign Minister and KAPL Board Chairman Prince Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
The agreement will broaden the scope of cooperation between the two premier institutions and allow KAPL to open its branch in the Chinese capital.
In remarks following the dedication ceremony, Prince Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz cast light on the importance of the event, sponsored by KAPL which put the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's transparent data available for the public, foreigners, researchers and history.
King also ordered the opening of a KAPL branch in Beijing University, which is expected to serve as a bridge between Arab and Chinese cultures.