CTNA

AcronymDefinition
CTNAContinental Tire North America, Inc
CTNACatholic Telecommunications Network of America
CTNAComitato Territoriale Novarese Acqua (Italian: Novarese Territorial Water Committee)
CTNACeramTec North America
CTNAConnecticut Region of Narcotics Anonymous
CTNACatholic Television Network of America
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Effective March 1st of this year, CTNA imposed a $3,000 cap on healthcare payments for retirees in North America, requiring retirees to pay as much as $12,000 a year to keep the health insurance that they had been promised in their retirement.
Rights to retirement benefits were created through collective bargaining between CTNA and the Union that had represented the retirees while they were employed.
When CTNA announced the shutdown of the Mayfield facility on August 2, Mayor Arthur Burns and Graves County Judge Executive Tony Smith sent letters of concern to the Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet about the landfill located on the facility grounds.
Through prior remediation procedures, CTNA agreed to comply with EPA clean-up standards to ensure that the Graves County ground water supply remains safe for use.
Continental's all-new HDL2 DL (Heavy Drive Long-Haul Deep Lug) meets today's long-haul truck driver's needs for maximum removal mileage, while offering attractive wear characteristics, said Clif Armstrong, director of marketing for CTNA - The Americas.
If USW Local 890L ratifies the contract on Saturday, July 29, and CTNA obtains shareholder consent by July 31, Titan and CTNA will tentatively close the transaction on Monday, July 31, 2006.
CTNA held a special ceremony attended by community leaders, customers and employees.
An expanded sales force in its commercial division, increased by 50 percent this year, will deliver expanded customer service, said Shaun Uys, director of replacement sales for CTNA North America.
Hoover said CTNA is incapable of devising business and marketing strategies to help them compete in the United States.
Saturday, April 29 WHERE: Continental Tire Company 1900 Continental Boulevard Charlotte 28273 WHY: CTNA is threatening to cease tire production in Charlotte unless the workers there accept cuts totaling $32 million annually.
The asset purchase is subject to the approval of the Board of Directors of Titan and CTNA, CTNA's shareholders and government regulations.