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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Inco refined nickel near the small southern Ontario city of Port Colborne on the north shore of Lake Erie from 1918 to 1984.
All that competitive ill-will has been brushed aside as technical committees from Inco and Xstrata have looked for ways to integrate their Sudbury operations, which in some places is separated by only metres and fence lines.
CVRD Inco Limited, formerly Inco Limited, is a subsidiary of Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD) of Brazil.
A Brazilian mining firm has purchased Inco, the Canada-based producer of a healthy percentage of the world's nickel.
Inco will fund the new exploration, agreeing to spend A$15 million over four years.
INCO was founded in 1932, and was acquired by the Craven family in 1962.
Toronto-based Inco, a major Canadian mining company, has had a presence in New Caledonia since 1984, a pilot operation for the past two years and plans to ramp up its $1.
Last month, Inco decided to punish Tobin by closing its St.
At that same time, the ferrous group of INCO was marketing a newly developed alloy, Ni-Hard, which was a cast iron containing about 4.
Canadian multinational Inco has decided to sell its engineering division to raise funds for a pounds 3 billion land acquisition.