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Jose and Ahaus are constantly looking for new ways to refine and improve the academy.
"It is astonishing" and "a deep scandal" that Metz "would offer the Grand Inquisitor a forum," Kung wrote in an open letter published before the Ahaus symposium.
The Swedish industrial group AB SKF said on Tuesday (3 May) that it had secured an order for railway axle boxes from the German freight cars rental company AAE Ahaus Alstatter Eisenbahn AG.
In the hard-hit rust belt, Rick Ahaus, president and patriarch of Ahaus Tool and Engineering in Richmond, Indiana, helps build parts that go into cars from Ford, Daimler-Chrysler and General/Motors.
The first is to begin on February 28, starting from the nuclear plant Neckarwestheim and proceeding to a temporary storage point in Ahaus. The next begins March 27 from the reprocessing plant in La Hague, France and proceeds to what could become a permanent disposal site in Gorleben.
The company was established in 1991, and is owned by AAE Ahaus Alstatter Eisenbahn Holding AG and GATX Corporation, a quoted American based finance and services group.
The German farming communities of Ahaus and Gorleben have turned out in their thousands in recent months in an attempt to stop the transportation and interim storage of nuclear waste in their predominantly agricultural towns.
The new organization, which will be based in Ahaus, Germany, will be managed by Robert Stephan, who joins the Fiberweb organization.
On the other hand, organizing teams and leagues is precisely the business of the Amateur Hockey Association of the United States (AHAUS).
At the end of May, Germany's Nuclear Waste Management Commission (Entsorgungskommission or ESK) issued a set of 39 questions to the German states with radioactive waste storage facilities, including sites in Ahaus, Gorleben, Julich and Lubmin.
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