INCO

AcronymDefinition
INCOInternational Cooperation
INCOInstrument and Communications
INCOInternational Commerce
INCOInternational Nickel Company
INCOInstrumentation & Communications Officer (NASA Mission Control Flight Controller)
INCOInstallation & Checkout
INCOInfanteriecompagnie (Dutch)
INCOInitialize & Checkout
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The first inco experience example that I read about relates to a person who was a board member.
Inco's new facility in Duqm is particularly dedicated to the massive project for which Inco has secured a subcontract to build storage tanks by a joint venture between UK-based Petrofac and South Korea's Samsung Engineering.
"Our team has years of experience in this field, and we aim to become one of the premier floating solution providers in India in the near future," said Vikaash Khetan, Inco Mechel General Manager.
"We are opening the 13th INCO exhibition today having successfully completed the previous twelve events.
Inco refined nickel near the small southern Ontario city of Port Colborne on the north shore of Lake Erie from 1918 to 1984.
Vale Inco is part of Brazilian mining major Vale (SAO: VALE5).
Rather than staging protests in Toronto and London, England, union officials should spend their time working out a deal, says Cory McPhee, Vale Inco's vice-president of corporate affairs.
CVRD Inco Limited, formerly Inco Limited, is a subsidiary of Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD) of Brazil.
said in June it had agreed with Inco on the acquisition of the Canadian company.
A spokesman for Inco Wales said, 'This is a significant success for several key industrial players in Wales, including Inco who directly employ more than 250 people in Wales and close to 400 in the UK.