TISCO

AcronymDefinition
TISCOThai Nguyen Iron and Steel Corporation (est. 1959)
TISCOTata Iron and Steel Company Limited
TISCOToshiba Insurance Service Corporation (Japan)
TISCOTractor Implement Supply Company
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SMA supplies more than 15,000 agricultural parts, primarily implement replacement parts and accessories, while Tisco offers approximately 16,000 tractor, combine, and agriculture equipment parts.
Blount sells its products in more than 115 countries around the world, marketing under the brand names of Oregon, Carlton, Woods, TISCO, SpeeCo, CF, Wain-roy, Alitec, Gannon, ICS, and Pentruder.
Tisco is currently the only listed bank not to have any digital-banking operations.
He says Tisco continues to refine its business model to increase customer convenience and has introduced some new initiatives for reaching out to new customers.
23 May 2014 -- Florida US-based banking and payments technology firm FIS (NYSE: FIS) said it has been selected by Thailand's TISCO Bank Public company Ltd to provide its Profile core banking system.
Mody, in his autobiography, a few years ago had said that he has made peace with Tata Sons chairman emeritus Ratan Tata, who he believed was responsible for unceremoniously sacking him from Tisco.
The TISCO EPS production line, located in its steel processing center in Taiyuan China, employs three (3) EPS Cells in series.
Muscat : Renaissance Services announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary TISCO has sold 101,887,000 mandatory convertible bonds (MCB) to International Finance Corporation (IFC) for OMR11.
Everyone from Marc By Marc Jacobs and Vera Wang to Celine, Vionnet, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisco marched it down their runways.
TISCO is among the world's largest producers of stainless steel.
5bn in local loans from Bangkok Bank, Tisco Bank and the Export-Import Bank of Thailand.
Under the first contract, awarded by Tianjin TISCO & TPCO Stainless Steel Co Ltd, the company's Andritz Metals unit will set up an annealing and pickling line for cold-rolled stainless steel strip with an annual capacity of 400,000 tonnes.