SAICA

AcronymDefinition
SAICASouth African Institute of Chartered Accountants
SAICASocial Adjustment Inventory for Children and Adolescents (psychology)
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SAICA, which recently entered the plastic packaging sector, plans to leverage Centroplast and the management team to develop and execute an ambitious international growth strategy.
El SAICA constituye, dentro de su genero, uno de los sistemas mas avanzados y pioneros de Europa, en concepcion y tecnologia.
Closer to home, SAICA and the Westchester Business Partnership have launched their own campaigns to attract new business and hold onto existing companies.
RockTenn Company, SAICA, Smurfit Kappa Group Plc, and Visy Pty Ltd.
The main sponsors of Zimmermann's venture are SAICA (the South African Institute for Chartered Accountants), who will be running an internal motivational campaign, Leaders Never Quit, in conjunction with the trip, and SAGE Pastel.
Smurfit Kappa was chosen from a strong field of runners up DS Smith and SAICA to win the highly coveted award.
He was also the chairman of the SAICA board in 2002-3 and is a member of the Accounting Practices Board.
Speaking from the mill side, Guillermo Valles of Spain's SAICA emphasized that recovered paper has become the paper industry's raw material of choice, with 45 percent of paper currently produced globally using recovered fiber.
Gracias a los trabajos realizados a traves del sistema SAICA (Sistema Automatico de Informacion de Calidad de las Aguas), que se hace posible via HISPASAT desde 1994, la <<reutilizacion>> de las aguas residuales, se ha convertido en una actuacion basica en la calidad de las aguas.
The project promoter and beneficiary of the loan is SAICA (Sociedad An[cent]nima Industrias Celulosa Aragonesa), the leading Spanish group in the corrugated cardboard sector.
Catalyst has recently advised on three acquisitions in the waste paper sector for Spanish giant SAICA.
The customer is SAICA Containerboard UK Ltd, part of Spanish paper maker SA Industrias Celulosa Aragonesa (SAICA).