ETCO

AcronymDefinition
ETCOEuropean Transplant Coordinators Organization
ETCOEarly Total Cervix Occlusion (surgery)
ETCOEmergency Traffic Coordinating Officer
ETCOElectric Terminal Company Ltd (Korea)
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The CoSense ETCO Monitor measures ETCO, which can be used to detect hemolysis and the Infant Solutions product line, including innovative pulmonary resuscitation devices for neonates and infants, are marketed globally.
Dakota Access and ETCO each anticipate that incremental transport capacity for Bakken/ Three Forks production will be determined based on committed subscriptions made by shippers during the supplemental open season.
"Research also showed that customers were not using the services offered by the ETCo package.
Now Subaru has decided to replace the ETCo scheme with a five-year/100,000 warranty on all new cars.
All models offer Subaru's Everything Taken Care of (ETCo) add on, which includes minor dent and scratch repairs, alloy wheel repairs, a monthly wash, an annual valet, lost keys replacement, service collection and delivery, and an annual wheel alignment check at no extra cost
Subaru's ETCo (Everything Taken Care of) package is like no other after-sales service around.
Tough customer: The new Subaru XV The XV is the first car to be launched with the new Subaru ETCo (Everything Taken Care of) deal, although it's been decided to also offer it on all other models in the Japanese car maker's current line-up.
The free care package, which Subaru calls ETCo - Everything Taken Care Of - includes a monthly car wash, minor bump and scratch repairs and a spruce up for damaged alloys.
The XV is the first car to be launched with the new Subaru ETCo (Everything Taken Care of) deal, although it has now been decided to also offer it on all other models in the Japanese car maker's current line-up.
The scheme is called Everything Taken Care of, or Subaru ETCo. It's designed to make owning a Subaru 'easier and more beneficial than ever', according to the company.