SNCB

AcronymDefinition
SNCBSociété Nationale des Chemins de fer Belges (Belgian National Railways)
SNCBSynuclein, Beta
SNCBSaudi National Commercial Bank (also seen as NCB; various locations)
SNCBStereotactic Needle Core Biopsy
SNCBSociété Normande de Construction Bois (French: Norman Construction Company Bois; France)
SNCBStar of the North Concert Band (Minneapolis St. Paul, MN)
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The priority is to care for the victims," Infrabel and SNCB said, according to (https://sg.
SNCB will award the contract via a negotiated procedure to the bidder who makes the most economically advantageous offer in terms of certain criteria stated in the tender documentation.
But it welcomes the structure announced in Belgium, where "the infrastructure manager, Infrabel, and the historic operator, SNCB, will be totally separated without a holding company, as is the case at present".
At the same time, the agency expects a return to positive operating cash flows at SNCBH and SNCB next year.
There are people trapped inside," an SNCB spokesman told Reuters.
The management contract to run the service and maintain the channel tunnel is 40 per cent owned by National Express, with the rest of the 12-year contract, which runs until 2010, spoken for by British Airways, SNCF and SNCB.
The land-based backbone is a "hybrid" of networks from Luxembourg's Digital Television Services, Belgium's SNCB Railways, the UK's Internet Network Services Ltd and GTW-Hermes Esprit.
IFT) (OTCBB:IFUE) announced today that SNCB has completed Phase I testing and is moving forward with Phase II testing, a far more comprehensive field validation process.
The contract is for the collection and disposal of household, industrial and hazardous waste at SNCB locations in five districts, over a period of four years.
The Belgian railway company SNCB said it expected only a partial disruption of services because some unions refused to join the strike, dpa reported.
Eurostar, currently the sole provider of passenger rail services between London and Paris and London and Brussels, is run by a cooperation between SNCF, SNCB (Belgian national railways) and EUKL, the LCR subsidiary, which operates the Eurostar in the UK.
SNCB will hold a non-controlling stake in the joint venture.