BISCO

AcronymDefinition
BISCOBayou Interfaith Shared Community Organizing (Thibodaux, LA)
BISCOBritish Iron and Steel Corporation (UK)
BISCOBand Instrument Service Company (St Louis, Missouri)
BISCOBuilding Integration Software Company Ltd
BISCOBrandenburg Industrial Service Company
BISCOBangalore Oniyavara Seva Coota (Indian anti-child labor advocacy)
BISCOBest Industrial Supply Co., Ltd.
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BISCO proudly manufactures its materials in the United States and markets its products through highly trained, focused distributors outside the United States.
At presstime, BISCO had been granted $5,000 from the Gulf Coast Fund for Community Renewal and Ecological Health in New York City, and $2,500 from LDRE Gauthe said her staff of nine has also taken a 25 percent pay cut to keep its doors open.
Rogers then casts its clear BISCO Silicone on top of the film.
With 20 years' experience inflexible materials, I knew that there was nothing out there that compared to BISCO Silicones.
The combination of extreme softness, availability in wide, continuous rolls, very high shielding effectiveness, high compression-set resistance, and availability in thin cross-sections makes it possible for BISCO EC-2000 Series silicones to replace fabric-over-foam in thin, intricately shaped applications.
Electricity generated by these generators will replace the same amount of elasticity that BISCO otherwise will have to purchase from the coal-fired power plants of the power grid, thus resulting in reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.