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DELTICDelay Line Time Compressor
DELTICDelay Time Compression
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Deltic had become embroiled in a tussle for Revolution Bars, tabling an allpaper merger that would have seen Revolution own 65% of a combined entity and Deltic 35%.
We approached Deltic about combining our companies several months ago," he said in a conference call last week.
Revolution, which owns more than 60 Revolution and Revolucion de Cuba high street bars, has already rebuffed an approach from Deltic over "significant concerns regarding both value and deliverability".
By the early 1980s the Deltic Class 55 locomotives were being phased out by the new Inter-City 125 trains and by the beginning of 1982 the retirement was complete.
Leland, 54, was elected to the Deltic board on June 16.
Revolution, which owns more than 60 Revolution and Revolucion de Cuba high street bars, including a number of properties in the North East, has already rebuffed an approach from Deltic over "significant concerns regarding both value and deliverability".
Deltic Timber is a natural resources company with about 530,000 acres of timber land, operates two sawmills and a medium density fibre-board plant.
At Deltic Timber, we have been able to recruit and retain the talent necessary to improve our operational performance each year.
5m deal, but shortly after rival Deltic Group said that it was also "evaluating a possible cash offer" for the group.
Background: In addition to heading Deltic, based in El Dorado, Dillon is a member of the company's Board of Directors.
14 February 2013 - US timber grower and lumber producer Deltic Timber Corp (NYSE:DEL) said it had inked an accord to buy the 50% it does not already own in domestic Del-Tin Fiber LLC from TIN Inc for USD20m (EUR14.