IEFP

AcronymDefinition
IEFPInstituto De Emprego E Formação Profissional (Portugal)
IEFPInternational Exposition for Food Processors
IEFPInternational Education and Fellowship Program (Yale University; New Haven, CT)
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GIP is non-profit public and private entities financed by IEFP. Municipalities, entrepreneurs, social partners associations, and schools can all apply to become GIPs.
IEFP will attract qualified buyers representing every market segment of the food industry from all comers of the United States and more than 60 countries.
Machinery used by frozen food manufacturers as well as equipment utilized in allied sectors will be on display at the International Exposition for Food Processors (IEFP).
(13.) The Instituto do Emprego e Formacao Profissional (IEFP) operates under the Ministry of Social Security and Labour.
Security should also show its stuff at the IEFP section, and perhaps beyond, and will more than likely will tie in with technology as well.
It's late January 1987, and while the rest of the country anxiously awaits the Super Bowl, I am preparing to visit my first International Exposition for Food Processors Convention (IEFP) in Chicago's McCormick Place.
Barco Machine Vision will be exhibiting at a number of important international food fairs this year, including the Boston Seafood Show, Snaxpo in Philadelphia, Anuga Foodtec in Cologne, IPA in Paris, and IEFP in Chicago.
Urschel Laboratories, Inc., the world leader in the manufacturing of high-capacity, quality food cutting equipment will feature six versatile machines at the IEFP. These include the new 10 HP model CC-D Cheese Shredder, the Translicer 2000[R] Cutter equipped with the patented Microslice[R] Wheel, models M, GK-A, the Quanticut[R] Dicer, and the Comitrol[R] Processor Model 1700.
IEFP 2001 will focus on the newest developments in processing technology to meet the challenges faced by the industry's food and beverage manufacturers, September 10-12 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas.
The marriage between the International Exposition for Food Processors (IEFP) and Pack Expo looks like a match made in Heaven: the two shows will be together again Oct.