HISCO

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HISCOHistorical International Standard Classification of Occupations (Leuven, Belgium)
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Hisco's departure follows ongoing health issues, as well as the board's concern over the nature of certain transactions subsequent to an internal review of personal expenses.
Hisco has not accepted all of the board's concerns, the company said, but "accepts accountability" given his position.
In the meantime, it will continue to be business as usual for UDC," Mr Hisco said.
(64) Pallol, Ruben; De Miguel, Santiago y Diaz, Luis: "HISCO en Madrid.
Ms Price will be the first woman to lead ANZ's Pacific business and will report to Mr Hisco.
Module assemblers make up a significant percentage of Hisco's customer base, along with contract manufacturers, inverter companies, and government labs.
Hisco (hiscoinc.com/solar), known for its extensive distribution network in North America, is positioned to support all facets of PV assembly from module manufacturing through installation.
Under the terms of the three-year contract, AT&T will serve as the primary network and data services provider to Hisco and will equip locations with AT&T's Managed Internet Service (MIS) and MPLS Private Network Transport (PNT).
A new three year contract has been awarded to US communications holding company AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) to provide network services to Hisco Inc, an employee-owned distribution company, based in Houston, USA, and serving the electronic assembly and other industrial markets.
According to Mark Pierce, CEO of Hisco, manufacturer of a wide selection of long-handled tear-off tools, the fiberglass handles on many long-handled tools are hollow.
Van Leeuwen, Ineke Maas, e Andrew Miles, HISCO: Historical International Standard Classification of Occupations (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2002).
turbatus vocibus hisco: / 'ne dubita, nam vera vides,'