NATCO

AcronymDefinition
NATCONorth American Transplant Coordinators Organization
NATCONorthwest Aerospace Training Corporation
NATCONorthern Area Transport Company (Pakistan)
NATCONavy Air Traffic Coordinating Officer
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The recent acceptance of wheat transportation on lower rates has also added a loss to the NATCO .
He added that, "PTDC and NATCO will be providing special discounts to the tourists on each other's behalf.
In the end, ASTS, AST, AOPO, and NATCO all withdrew their names from the document and have sent a letter to HHS Assistant Secretary Howard Koh, MD, outlining our concerns with both the process and the document.
Today, due to the wide-spread recognition of Hyundai in Yemen and the increasing demand by the Yemeni consumers, NATCO has sought to expand its sales outlets throughout the country.
Middle portion of the NATCO bus was also completely destroyed.
Richard Migliore, CEO of United Resource Networks in Minneapolis, MN, who presented some of the NATCO survey data to the Secretary's Advisory Committee on Transplantation (ACOT) last May, said the most troubling finding was that 9% of the transplant programs said that the absence of health insurance affects post donation care.
In the newly created position, Bogas will be responsible for all aspects of the division, specifically NATCO Home's and Central Oriental's product lines and for Flemish Master Weavers, the domestic machine-made woven rug facility.
Clarke was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NATCO Group, Inc.
In this regard a complete package of Gilgit-Baltistan for the visitors that include NATCO transport and PTDC's accommodation and meal facilities," he said.
NATCO is operating passenger services for last several years.
Clarke was President and Chief Executive Officer of NATCO Group Inc.
NATCO priced generic medicine, Hepcinat LP, at an MRP of INR 25,000 for a bottle of 28 tablets in Nepal.